Uganda continues to harbour enemy planning to destabilise Rwanda, the great lakes eye has obtained information that Cassien Ntamuhanga, a Rwandan dissident who escaped Mpanga prison in Rwanda relocated to Uganda to join his mother and other members of his family currently leaving in Uganda, and they are in the process to acquire refugee status from UNHCR.
Another RNC member called Muhizi Charles who had been arrested by CMI on 23 July 2019 together with other members of ADEPR totaling to 33 most of them deported back to Rwanda was released on 22 October 20 19, and is currently in Kampala under ISO protection. Muhizi Charles is among RNC main agents operating in Uganda who was given a mission to take over ADEPR church and to form a new church called “Pentecostal Truth and Revelations church”.
Relocation of Rwandan detainees from CMI cells to police stations
Due to sustained pressure from human rights lawyers, the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) transferred at least 35 Rwandans previously held in ungazetted facilities to police stations. The 35 Rwandans have been transferred to police stations in at least seven districts of Ntungamo, Mbarara, Kakumiro, Mubende, Kanungu, Kisoro and Mityana.
The lawyers, Eron Kiiza and Anthony Odur of Mugisha and Co. Advocates who represent several Rwandans illegally held in Uganda, said that over 100 Rwandans were being held in CMI dungeons in different parts of the country. That the 35 Rwandans were produced by CMI after the pressure put on them by the lawyers. The lawyers said that those released have been scattered across police stations in different districts, which makes it difficult for them and their relatives to track them. But the lawyers reported that they doing everything possible to link up with them wherever they are detained.
The great lakes eye has discovered that some of the Rwandans that have been located by the human rights lawyers include Rogers Mufashe, Vincent Habimana and Muhammed Sebukire, who have been transferred to Mbarara Police Station. Others are Emmanuel Rukundo, Jimmy Niyonshuti and Jean d’Amour Mutware who were transferred to Ntungamo Police Station, while Eric Kagenze, James Tumusiime and Alex Sejusa have been transferred to Kanugu Police Station.