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The former rebel leader made the announcement during the burial of his 95 year old father Cypriano Kabyeseiza Kigarama, who passed last Sunday.
In a Whatsapp message he sent to the mourners at the funeral at Bugongi, Kambuga in Kanungu District, Col Mande revealed that he had been reassured by government and encouraged by President Museveni and to return home.
The short message did not detail the terms of the said homecoming. He said the president agreed to allow him back in the country right after the general elections, and that he was eager to meet him.
At the funeral, President Museveni was represented by state minister for agriculture Rtd. Major Bright Rwamirama.
In his message, the president praised the work of the late Kabyesiza as one of the pioneer members of the Uganda Patriotic Movement [UPM] in the 1980s who together with his son Col. Samson Mande, worked hard to bring peace back in the country.
During his message mourners Col Mande sounded reformed, speaking against the use of violence and bloodshed to bring about regime change.
People that use war to cause change, he said don’t have their country at heart and should be avoided.
In January last year, Col Mande revealed that he was finally returning home from exile, placing the homecoming date in July 2015.
He said he wanted to come back home to clear his name in the courts of law, where he faces a number charges relating to terrorism, embezzlement and treason at the Court Martial.
“One of the things I want to come back to Uganda for is to go to court and clear my name. I am not asking for forgiveness, I have a good case; I am now very healthy and will stand trial and win. I will only be requesting the government to allow due course of justice,” he said.
Police in Mbarara are holding over 10 people said to be involved in the theft cars in Mbarara town and neighboring districts.
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He named the suspects as George Musitu, Emmanuel Asiimwe, Nicholas Beinomugisha, James Kankiriho, Fred Bigirwa, Cosma Agaba, Alex Sebaggala, Peter Tusingwire, Kenneth Nabimanya and Peter Tusingwire.
Alex Sebaggala, one of the suspects is a Senior Six student at Kololo High School in Kampala.
Police told us Sebaggala was netted red-handed, opening a locked car at mid night in Mbarara town.
The school boy confessed that he and his group target small cars especially Toyota Premios which have ready market in Kampala. He named one of the buyers as Hussein Kisekka.
DPC Magyezi said the group was netted with 2 vehicles although he believes they have 9 more.
Most of the thieves he said are expert mechanics who use handmade equipment to open, drive off and dismantle the stolen vehicles.
Meanwhile Magyezi also paraded Allan Mugabe and Denis Gumisiriza, both residents of Rubindi in Mbarara who steal cows and transport them in their cars from parts of western region.
Magyezi said that the two groups will be taken to court and charged with theft.