A file containing details of minister for economic monitoring in the office of the president, Henry Banyenzaki’s robbery saga has been brought to Kampala.
The file contains a tale of how the minister connived with Kabale Resident District Commissioner, Darius Nandinda, to steal a car belonging to his former deputy, Moses Nuwagaba, now the Mitooma district RDC.
The case has been forwarded to Kampala for better management.
On Saturday, police in Ntungamo district preferred robbery charges on the cabinet minister after driving away in Nuwagaba’s vehicle taken on gunpoint in Rubaare town.
Banyenzaki planned with Nandinda to prevent Nuwagaba from speaking on Voice of Kigezi but failed.
It is said on the same programme, Nuwagaba bitterly criticized the minister for making empty promises to the electorate.
After the show, Nandinda allegedly entered a deal with George Nsaba, a taxi driver, to follow Nuwagaba and keep communicating with Banyezaki who was lying in ambush.
Banyenzaki’s bodyguard then forced Nuwagaba out of the car on gun point at Rubaare town.
Ntungamo police has been looking for the RDC, the taxi driver and another NRM leader in southern division.
The matter will now be handled by police headquarters in Kampala.
IGP Kale Kayihura has already been briefed on the matter.
Meanwhile, Nsaba who is under investigation for trailing Nuwagaba is reported to have been involved in accident.
Reports show he hit a Rwandese vehicle in Ikumba about 11km from Muko in Kabale district.