Amama Mbabazi has finally broken silence on a court ruling involving his missing bodyguard Christopher Aine.
High Court on Wednesday dismissed an application aiming at pushing security agencies to produce Aine.
Aine went missing on December 14, 2015 from his residence in Kyanja, outside the capital Kampala.
His family members maintained that police kidnapped him and was holding him illegally.
Police chief Kale Kayihura, who was at the centre of the controversy, said Aine was wanted by police to answer election related offences committed in Ntungamo district.
The judge Lydia Mugambe Ssali ruled on Wednesday that there was no evidence to pin police to Aine’s disappearance.
Mugambe said they had no evidence that police was holding Aine and cannot order the police to produce him for that matter.
Responding on the matter Thursday, Mbabazi said the court did not exonerate the police.
“The court ruled that there was no sufficient evidence,” he told press.
Meanwhile, he dismissed a report by Police that Go Forward is planning to disrupt life in the city as false.
“I am not aware of and I am sure there is no such plan.”