The arrest conducted by plain-clothed police officers follows failure by the MP to report for a bond extension on December 5, 2018, on grounds that he was admitted at Lubaga Hospital and was scheduled to travel to India for further treatment.
He is the fourth employee of Ugandas telecom giant to be deported in the last one month after being declared prohibited immigrants. Without divulging into details, the deportation was confirmed by the Criminal Investigations Director Grace Akullo
The statement was issued two days after police blocked a planned concert at One Love Beach Busabala, on grounds that Bobi Wine had not obtained security clearance for the concert. Police set up three road blocks and stopped all vehicles that were heading to One Love Beach for the concert on Boxing Day.
The concert which had initially been blocked from taking place at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on October 20, was cleared after the Fire base Crew made a former request for clearance to the Inspector General of Police IGP Martin Okoth Ochola, accompanied with a venue clearance letter.
The reduction is attributed to the ability of Ugandan facilities and medics to handle medical conditions and procedures that were previously referred. The most common conditions considered for referral include neurological diseases, kidney diseases, and cancer related illnesses. Orthopedics and heart conditions are today the least referred.
Through his lawyer Pace Advocates, Migadde says that he had gone to fuel his motorbike at a Pump Station when he was picked up by soldiers for allegedly wearing a red t-shirt resembling those used by People Power activists led Bobi Wine and handed over to the errant officers.
Some of the NRM MPs who have since the Age Limit debate been labeled rebels for standing against the party position are Barnabas Tinkasimire, Theodore Ssekikubo, Monica Amoding, Mbwatekamwa Gaffa, Patrick Nsamba and Sam Lyomoki.
Bobi Wine was on Thursday night blocked from leaving the country as he arrived at Entebbe Airport for travel, put in police ambulance and driven to Mulago National Referral Hospital - Kiruddu where he was put under police custody in room 7B1, Level 7.
The Criminal Investigations Department, the two did not have the approval for seeking medical treatment abroad. Medical referrals from Uganda require that persons seeking treatment abroad must be examined by a consultant who prepares a report indicating that their medical condition can only be managed abroad.
In a statement posted on its website, Unwanted Witness Uganda expressed its displeasure towards the repetitive threats being issued by different security agencies targeting dissenting opinions on the internet following the arrest of Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi and 33 other people in connection to the Arua municipality MP by-elections.