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Rwenzururu Premier Arrested as Security Raid King's Palace

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physician geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>Security first detained Rwenzururu Deputy Prime Minister Yerimiya Mutooro and minister for ‘veterans’, Mukwenda Misali over the tribal attacks in which over 60 people including security officials were killed.

Chimpreports now understands that the kingdom’s Prime Minister, Noah Nzanghale who is considered the highest ranking official after King Wesley Mumbere has as well been thrown behind bars.


Security dug deeper in the troublesome Kingdom, picking Youth minister Kule Isabayanda and also Tourism minister, Mumbere Erisania.

The trio was netted on Thursday morning from different places in a special intelligence operation.

Sources in security said the three kingdom officials were implicated by suspected attackers during interrogation at different police stations.

It is also feared they masterminded the attacks on top training, arming and funding the assailants who waged deadly surprise offensives on security installations.

This investigative website has been informed that security first raided the King’s palace following a tip off by the earlier attackers that these ministers held meetings to mobilise battle-hardened fighters in Rwenzori and ordered them to attack the Basongora, police stations and a military barracks.

The development has been confirmed by the Rwenzori army spokesperson Lt. Ninsiima Rwemijuma. “They are helping us in investigating the latest wave of attacks and insecurity in Rwenzori area,” said Ninsiima.

In Ntoroko, Chimp Corp Steven Ainganiza says on Monday the security arrested Ben Muthaghinga, the LC111 chairperson Karugutu town council Ntoroko district and Ibrahim Baluuku, a journalist and lecturer at the Uganda Pentecostal University in Fort Portal in the faculty of journalism who also doubles as the district information officer, Ntoroko.

According to Lt. Ninsiima, the arrests are still ongoing and the attackers are being screened at Kanyamwirima army barracks.

President Museveni said no stone will be left unturned in hunting down the attackers who killed innocent people in cold blood.

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