According to Madoi, on June 16, 2021, Mutuko signed an agreement selling a premio vehicle registration number UBA 592D to Christopher Kiyemba, a resident at Kayunga town council at Shillings 10 million.
Kayunga are under fire from the Resident District Commissioner, Elijah Madoi, for
allegedly shielding a detective involved in dubious deals. On Wednesday, Madoi
ordered Ntenjeru police station to arrest Isma Mutuko, a detective attached to
same police station for allegedly taking people’s vehicles after duping them
into signing sale agreements.
He was, however, shocked to learn on Thursday that the
detective had been released without appearing in court or refunding the money
of his accusers. Madoi explains that he received several complaints of
extortion and dubious transactions against Mutuko.
He, however, says that despite collecting enough evidence
against the detective and his pleas to police arraign him in court, they decided
to release him. According to Madoi, on June 16, 2021, Mutuko signed an
agreement selling a Premio vehicle registration number UBA 592D to Christopher
Kiyemba, a resident at Kayunga town council at Shillings 10 million.
He handed over the vehicle and pledged to surrender the cars
in a week’s time. On June 23, 2021, Mutuko reportedly invited Kiyemba to pick
the card from Ntenjeru police station but he instead ordered him to park the
vehicle at the police station. Kiyemba says that the detective threatened to shoot
him for demanding the vehicle and a refund of his money.
//Cue in: “Yangamba gikima…
Cue out: …mu bank, giveeko,”//
Madoi says the detective also used the same tactic to con
another resident he identified as Musa Bugembe Shillings 24million.
that the detective signed a sale agreement with his victim for Premio number
UBJ763k but changed around claiming that the vehicle was impounded by the bank
over unpaid debts.
Madoi notes that he has
tried reporting the matter to the Crime Investigations Directorate Headquarters
in Kibuli but his efforts have not yielded results.
//Cue in: “This is double…
Cue out: …going to die”//
//Cue in: “Nga bwomanyi…
Cue out: …olaba obuyaaye,”//
The Ssezibwa Region Police Spokesperson, Hellen Bututo says that the case against
the detective is civil in nature and can only be handled by the court. She advises
the aggrieved parties to go to court for justice.