Aine’s paternal uncle, Duncan Muramuzi, told press in Kampala on Monday that they had reached the decision because Ugandan investigators could easily be bribed.
He insisted that police knows where Aine is and is adamantly refusing to tell.
He demanded a report on Aine’s disappearance from the police force which also claims ignorance of the missing security officer.
Speaking from her home in Nakaseke district, Aine’s mother, Jennifer Namuleme, said she was worried her son disappeared and doesn’t know whether he is dead or alive.
Stephen Mushagara, Aine’s other uncle, on the other hand, blames Mbabazi who doesn’t seem to be bothered by the boy’s disappearance.
The family has resolved to petition courts of law and the Parliament of Uganda until the matter is resolved.
Meanwhile, Muramuzi also told press that Aine’s younger brother, Moses Musasizi Aine, has also been kidnapped and is missing.
Musasizi was picked by unknown people who were driving a Toyota Noah along Lumumba avenue and whisked off.
Muramuzi says Musasizi told him that that he had been taken to Kireka.
On Friday, WBS TV run a video in which Aine claims he was tortured by police at Nalufenya prison staff in September.
It featured Aine’s injured fingers, chest and back.
That same evening, police arrested Charles Rwomushana, a former State Hosue staff and rushed him to Kireka for publicizing the picture alleged to be that of the “dead” bodyguard.
Earlier, Red Pepper editors, Ben Byarabaha and Dickson Mubiru, were also arrested over the publication of that same picture.
President Yoweri Museveni insists Aine is in hiding after beating his supporters in Ntungamo late last year and that Mbabazi knows whether the boy is.
Mbabazi says he is also looking for the boy and faults Museveni for using foul language while accusing him falsely.