Speaking to journalists in Kampala following his meeting with Shri Muraleedharan, the Indian State Minister for External and Parliamentary Affairs, Henry Okello Oryem, the state minister for foreign affairs said that 15 acres of land have been identified in Entebbe while five acres have been identified in Jinja.
While Police earlier confirmed Ddamulira’s arrest to Daily Monitor, this time when asked about the state of the citizen they arrested a year ago, they didn't respond. A State Attorney also confirmed to court that the state had Ddamulira but did not say exactly where he was being held. Uganda Media Center didn't have any answer after checking around the security agencies either. Uganda Peoples Defence Forces -UPDF deputy spokesperson Lt. Col Ronald Kakurungu said they don't have anyone while Special Forces Command -SFC spokesperson Jimmy Omara in June also said they are not holding anyone.