Bakaleke went into hiding late last year after the Anti-Corruption Court summoned him to appear and plead to the charges in vain. He is accused alongside five others of abducting and extorting US$415,000 (Shs1.5b) from two Korean nationals in February last year.
On Wednesday last week, Waninda was caught on camera slapping a journalist working with Smart 24 television recording him after appearing before the Commercial Court to respond to against charges of landing grabbing.
The CID Spokesperson, Vincent Ssekatte, said police used teargas to disperse the rowdy supporters, saying they couldn’t tolerate their behavior.
A crowd comprised of youth with some donned in red shirts, t-shirts and belletes bearing the image of Kyagulanyi pitched camp outside CID headquarters as early as 8am waiting for the MP who was expected to appear to record a statement on charges of inciting violence and unlawful assembl