She says that the conduct by security operatives is in breach of the Prevention and Prohibition of the anti-Torture Act, 2012 specifically Section 21a and b. Kadaga demanded that the officers concerned should be apprehended at the earliest opportunity and presented in court.
The five were immediately rearrested and have since remained in detention. Today, they were charged afresh with terrorism and conspiracy to commit terror acts. They appeared before Justice Margaret Oumo Oguli.
Atkins Katusabe, the Bukonjo West MP argues that Ugandans are not interested in disbanding the current Electoral Commission since it was dully vetted and approved by Parliament. He says the Presidents statement must have been issued in error because Parliament vetted the Commissioners and concluded that the team was best suited to serve Ugandans.
Tembo made the revelation before the Justice Catherine Bamugemereire led Commission in relation to the controversial ownership of a square mailo of land in Njeru Town Council the town council, where 15,000 residents are on a brink of eviction. Three men are jointly claiming ownership of the land.
He came under the spotlight for clearing Joel Aguma, the former Commandant of the Professional Standards Unit of any wrong doing after he was implicated in the illegal kidnap and extradition of Joel Mutabazi, the former bodyguard of Rwandan president, Paul Kagame in 2013.