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NANTABA CASE: Police admits to murdering innocent Ssebulime

Police spokersperson Fred Enanga has said that that the Police Patrol that handled the matter gave them false information. (FILE PHOTO)

KAMPALA – Police leadership has Wednesday afternoon, March 27, 2019, admitted that Ronald Ssebulime, the man gunned down last Sunday in the apparent assassination attempt on Informational communication technologies (ICT Minister) Idah Nantaba., was illegally killed by their own

Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says police officers that were in charge gave in false information and that they will face murder charges in courts of law.

“The case will now be treated as murder,” Enanga added.

Mr. Enanga has also revealed that Mr. Ssebulime only had eats and drinks in his bag a sign he was heading to school to visit his children on visitation day.

“He had eats and drinks in his bag and was heading to visit his children at school,” said Mr. Enanga said while addressing the media at the Police headquarters in Naguru.

Police have also retracted its first statement and are now treating the case as murder.

On Monday, March 25, Ms. Nantaba survived assassination after suspected gunmen intercepted her.  She was returning to Kampala from Ndeeba village in Kayunga District where she had spent the weekend.

Ms. Nantaba while still State minister for Lands claimed some people wanted to kill her for fighting land grabbers.

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