CMI takes down Boda Boda 2010
CMI finds case clinic accountant’s car at Congolese home
A car belonging to the murdered Francis Ekalugar, an employee of case clinic, was found in Kabowa, Rubaga division.
This was during a Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence [CMI] raid in a crackdown of Boda boda 2010 suspects.
CMI recovered cars, one of them believed to belong to the Case Clinic accountant who was killed and his body burnt.
Ekalugar was kidnaped and later murdered on Tuesday 2nd January 2018 and his body discovered by police in Kajansi on 3rd January 2018.
According to Deo Akiiki, the Deputy Defence Spokesperson, security agencies on Friday arrested one of the suspects Mr Kiwalabye Huzairu.
It also arrested his brother Abdul Kitata, the leader of Boda Boda 2010 group.
Today Sunday 21st January 2018, a search was conducted following leads from the arrested suspects and the vehicle Registration Number UAW 899U Toyota Premio in which the late Ekalugar was kidnapped was recovered with altered number plate to UAT 764L.
Security then arrested Kikandi Muhindo and Bizimani David, all Congolese nationals at whose residence the vehicle of the late Francis Ekalugar was found.
Military arrests Congo nationals, case clinic boss driver
Security agencies have arrested more suspects in the murder of Francis Ekalugar an employee of case clinic.
Ekalugar was kidnaped and later murdered on Tuesday 2nd Jan 2018 and his body discovered by police in Kajansi on 3rdJan 2018.
According to Deo Akiiki, the Deputy Defence Spokesperson, security agencies have been since working together to bring the suspects to book.
Acting on very reliable information, on Friday 19th 2018 an operation was conducted to arrest one of the suspects Mr Kiwalabye Huzairu.
In the process, there were attempts by some sympathisers to obstruct the arrest. However, this was overcome.
After interrogating Kiwalabye Huzairu, the investigators found a need to make further arrests.
Today Sunday 21st Jan 2018, a search was conducted following leads from the arrested suspects and the vehicle Registration Number UAW 899U Toyota Premio in which the late Ekalugar was kidnaped was recovered with altered number plate to UAT 764L.
More detailed investigations will be conducted with a view of arresting all those still at large and prosecuting them, Akiiki said.
Currently those arrested are held at a police post in Kireka.
“We wish to commend the public for continuing to support such operations geared at ensuring Law and Order in the country,” Akiiki noted.
He said the UPDF will continue to work with all other security agencies to guarantee peace and security in the country and therefore there is no cause of alarm.
Those arrested are:
- Abdul Kitata a brother to Kiwalabye Huzairu.
- Mawa Muzamiru a – driver to Dr SSebale Kato proprietor of Case Clinic.
- Kikandi Muhindo and Bizimani David – Congolese nationals at whose residence the vehicle of the late Francis Ekalugar was found.
Others in custody helping investigations are:
- Ssebandeke John
- Bwanika Fred
- Ssengoba Hassan
- Kibirige Joel
- Kayondo Johnathan
- Ssemogerere Sunday Kiseka
- Ssemogerere Sadam
- Barigye Asaf
- Nsindazi Joseph
- Ngobi Sowali
- Arinaitwe Thomas
- Ssekaja Ibrahim
- Ssozi Frank
- Kirya Shaban
- Mugema Hussein
- Kagajju Joram
- Ssebata Hassan
- Ssenfuka Matia
- Kiddugavu John
- Kasirye Godfrey
- Lukyamuzi Enock
- Ssengonzi Laurence
- Twinomujuni Amon
- Makumbi Frank
- Kanyamudali Thomas.
CMI arrests Boda Boda 2010 boss Kitata
KAMPALA (@UG_EDGE) – Hajji Abdallah Kitata, the leader of Boda Boda 2010 has been arrested by Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI).
Kitata is also the chairman of ruling party NRM Lubaga division, Kampala.
According to the report, over 20 UPDF soldiers surrounded off offices of Boda Boda 2010 in Wakaliga, Rubaga division.
The soldiers also picked up Huzair Kiwalabye, a brother to Kitata.
Military and officers from Internal Security Organisation [ISO] made several raids in Kyengera and Bwaise to pick more members of the association.
Military found used number plates, army caps, hammers, machetes, pangas and other weapons from Boda Boda 2010 offices.
Security operatives whisked away the six people who were found at Boda Boda 2010 offices.