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Police Finally Breaks Silence on Lumbuye’s Arrest and Deportation to Uganda

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Police has today clarified that they don’t have Fred Kajubi Lumbuye in their custody as it was expected following several assurances from the state minister for Foreign Affairs Hon Okello Oryem.

This comes at the backdrop of contradicting information regarding the Turkey based Museveni critic who was reportedly arrested from Istanbul Turkey last week.

Lumbuye’s arrest has dominated headlines in Uganda since he was on top of Museveni’s most wanted blogger said to have announced him dead almost a month ago.

On Friday last week government through the foreign affairs state minister assured the country that Lumbuye and 15 others were enroute to Entebbe after being deported by the Turkish government but his whereabouts remain a mystery two days later.

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga while addressing the media said they don’t have Lumbuye, Internal affairs spokesperson Jacob Siminyu and sources at Entebbe airport say they haven’t checked in anyone in the names of Fred Lumbuye, leaving the question of his whereabouts unknown.

He could be in Uganda held in detentions not known to Uganda or still in Turkey.

Keep it here as we follow up events unfolding concerning Fred Kajubi Lumbuye.

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