To Ngujja, Katerega was a Muslim cleric who has been devoted to serving his religion, adding that he has been donating Islamic materials to mosques and leading prayers at home and in Kampala where he was an imam in one of the mosques.
According to Nakyobe, Museveni was angered by Rugambwas decision of ferrying voters to his home without his knowledge. Nakyobe also says that the President is not happy about Rugambwas tactics of extorting money from locals promising to give them onion seeds and mattresses on behalf of the government.
A reliable source told URN that the directors whose contracts have yet to be renewed have expressed concern to the Police Policy and Advisory Committee PAC chaired by the Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola but even this has not help.
In 2001, there was an Abdul Katerega who was picked up together with 27 others including Mariam Nalubega and Janat Bukirwa, both sisters of Jamil Mukulu, the leader of Allied Democratic Forces ADF for their alleged involvement in bombings in Kampala and Jinja Districts in 2000.
According to Naswagi, the group has been collecting revenue in the taxi park for a couple of months, which has impacted negatively on local revenue mobilisation. He explained that when the Municipality tried to kick the group from the Taxi Park, the Senior Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs, Moses Byaruhanga wrote to the Town Clerk to back off.