John Njoroge, a journalist working with the Independent Magazine publication has been questioned by the CID.
Njoroge is one of the three journalists who were arrested on Saturday when the police raided their offices on Bukoto Street in Kampala. The others are the Andrew Mwenda, the managing Editor and Charles Bichachi, the associate editor.
Njoroge, accompanied by his lawyer, Sebastian Orach, was for more than one hour interrogated by Charles Kataratambi, the head of media and political department at the CID headquarters.
He was questioned about his role in aiding an army deserter dodge arrest and publication of information that has been deemed seditious.
Njoroge says he was asked to explain the whereabouts of Godfrey Masaba, a UPDF deserter, and Ronald Kasekende who escaped from military detention facility.
Masaba is believed to be part of the government forces who murdered civilians in northern Uganda, while Kasekende, a Makerere university student, escaped from a chieftainancy of military intelligence safe house, where he was being held for being a spy for the Rwandese Government.
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Njoroge, a Kenyan citizen was also asked to disclose the source of information for the material on the torture related stories carried by the publication.
Njoroge, says he has lived in Uganda for the last 9 years says he is in no way bothered by the experience.
Njoroge, Mwenda and Bichachi will report back to the CID headquarters on Friday to find out whether they have a case to answer.