The former Inspector General of Police Gen.Kale Kayihura has been arrested at Entebbe airport and blocked by the Special Forces Command from exiting the country.
This website has learnt that Kayihura had inquired from the president of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni so that he can go abroad for treatment after he had spent some good time suffering from unknown disease and it is said that Museven accepted him to go but when he reached at the airport on Monday the SFC ordered him to turn back since they had directives that Kayihura is not allowed to exit the country.
The blower said, its true Kayihura was stopped from taking a plane and this happened last week besides being given a pass to proceed with the flight that was aimed at receiving medication as he had raised the matter to the commander in chief earlier at the statehouse meet in Entebbe.
The blower told this website On why he wasn’t allowed to take off yet he had explained to the commander in chief his stand for the flight that it wasn’t the right time to speak the reason behind the arrest saying it was against the governing rules of procedures as per the elite force protocol since he wasn’t the spokesperson of the force.
In 2017 Kayihura missed 3 critical national events with media reports stating that he was in critical condition with his health at risk which he however denied.
Kayihura was also the big man behind Abdullah Kitatta’s bodaboda 2010 patron which Kitatta is currently jailed at Makindye prison over 5 counts including legal possession of military equipment.
By press time efforts to reach the elite spokesperson on the report of Kayihura arrest were in vain after trying his number over several times but it wasn’t picked
It should be remembered that Gen. Kale Kayihura, was taken to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over crimes against humanity that he allegedly committed along with his men when they forcefully deported a group of Rwandan nationals back to Rwanda.
Led by Rugema Kayumba, the group states that they decided to file a criminal complaint before The Hague-based ICC court on grounds that they had failed to get justice in Uganda for a long time.
They further state the crimes allegedly committed by Kayihura and his accomplices, fall under the jurisdiction of the ICC that tries four major categories of crime that