Police investigates alleged Sejusa number at bus stops

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Police wants to establish whether the number is linked to General David Sejjusa, the former coordinator of intelligence services who fled the country to United Kingdom over two months ago.


Police commences investigations into writings at bus stops in which an unknown person placed a mobile phone number and urging the public to call Sejusa.

The writings appear at bus stops on Kampala road, Jinja road and Wandegeya in kampala.

Police wants to establish whether the number is linked to General David Sejjusa, the former coordinator  of intelligence services who fled the country to United Kingdom over two months ago.

The head of the political desk at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Fred Milondo confirmed that police had taken interest in the number. "One wonders why someone would put up a number and urge members of the public to call someone,”  Milondo questions.

Milondo said he had instructed police at Wandegeya to open a General Inquiry File to establish the motive of the person who put out the number.

However, when Uganda Radio Network  called the number 0782158711 there was a woman’s voice who denied any connections to Sejjusa and insisted it was a wrong number.

The lady who declined to reveal her true identity could not explain how her number had been put at bus stops around Kampala city where it has been written to call Sejjusa.