Bobi Wine on mechanic Ddamulira’s arrest, it’s a crime against humanity for any regime to abduct citizens

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Bobi Wine on Ddamulira’s arrest, it’s a crime against humanity for any regime to abduct citizens. Whisper Eye News

Former Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu commonly known as Bobi Wine and the president of National Unity Palftorm (NUP) has come out to voice his concern on the prolonged dentation of his supporters and the regime.

According to Bobi Wine, “Mzee Damulira John”, Last year on 21st November, heavily armed military personnel abducted him from his workplace at Kisekka market. At the time of his kidnap, he was 50 years of age. He was taken together with six other people, who were later dropped in different areas after episodes of gruesome torture. However, Damulira was not released, and up to now no one has been allowed to access him. His family members, assisted by different lawyers, have moved to all known prisons and military detention centers to no avail.

They do not know if he is dead or alive. He had children and a big family to look after. They do not know the fate of their father. On 4th March, the High Court issued an order directing the Inspector General of Police and Chief of Defence Forces to formally charge him or release him from illegal detention. Unfortunately, this order was ignored to date. Bobi Wine adds.

Bobi Wine narrates, “Damulira is one of the hundreds of our people whose whereabouts are still unknown, having been abducted on DictatorMuseveni’s orders”.

It is a crime against humanity for any regime to abduct citizens and either torture them or kill them, he cautioned.

Bobi Wine insisted that there must be accountability for these atrocities. The people who cause this kind of suffering to the people of Uganda will never go scot-free.

Many National Unity Platform (NUP) supporters and leaders were arrested by the state security during the political campaigns time and until now many are still missing.

Police published a list of the number of suspects arrested in their custody and many National Unity Platform supporters were missing according to Kamwokya based party.


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