Police, CMI disagree over list of abducted people

The police have disagreed with the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence on releasing names of abducted people whose whereabouts are still unknown.

The Joint security briefing that had been planned on Monday at 11 am was reportedly abruptly cancelled without any explanation.

However, reliably sources have indicated by a senior police source that the top police leadership demanded to have a look at all the suspects who have not been arraigned in courts of law.

Sources added that deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj Gen Paul Lokech, was expected to lead security chiefs in a police conference that was to give an account of all people who are being held by CMI and Joint Anti-Terrorism Task Force –JATT. 

It is reported that police directors among others CID boss, AIGP Grace Akullo and Crime Intelligence director, Brig Chris Damulira, informed a meeting attended by police officials that they had not seen any of the persons being held by Army agencies.

Brig Flavia Byekwaso however said that the names of the suspects shall be released soon. END

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