More details emerging from Kabale indicate that Kabale Resident District Commissioner, Darius Nandinda, was part of the plot to steal the car belonging to his former deputy, Moses Nuwagaba.
At the moment, police is hunting for minister for economic monitoring in the office of the president, Henry Banyenzaki, for ambushing and stealing the said vehicle from Nuwagaba, now the Mitooma district RDC.
A taxi driver, George Nsaba, is also an accomplice in the robbery.
Apparently, Banyenzaki had earlier planned with Nandinda to prevent Nuwagaba from speaking on Voice of Kigezi.
This failed and Nuwagaba appeared on the radio where he bitterly criticized the minister.
After the show, Nandinda allegedly entered a deal with Nsaba 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.
Now police wants the RDC, the taxi driver and another NRM leader in southern division.
They have been added on the charge sheet, where kidnap charges could be added.
Banyenzaki claims to had impounded the car as Nuwagaba refused to report in Mitooma where he had been transferred.
When he rushed the car to the office of the presidency, it was declined and directed to take it to police where its an exhibit.
The minister now fears driving the car to police where his warrant of arrest awaits.
The Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has also been briefed of the case upon which he ordered investigation in the saga.
Meanwhile, the Rubanda West legislator was dragged to court for failing to pay a Shs 92m bank loan.