Police spokesperson Fred Enanga says the case of Amama Mbabazi’s security official Christopher Aine is now being handled on a political level.
Enanga told press in Kampala on Monday that Aine had agreed to cooperate with Uganda police.
Enanga states that Aine found his way back into the country because he must have been aided.
Aine returned on Thursday last week months after he had been presumed dead.
The security official said he has been hiding in Tanzania since December last year.
Commenting on the matter at NBS TV, political analyst Charles Rwomushana wondered why Aine was paraded by President Yoweri Museveni’s brother Gen Salim Saleh instead of his mother.
“How did Aine leave Uganda without a trace? Illegally? Did he enter Tanzania illegally?” Rwomushana queried.
He wondered why Aine first called Gen. Salim Saleh before his mother.
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“We need to interrogate the one who paraded Aine (Gen. Saleh). It is key that we speak to Aine.”
Police in a statement withdrew its Shs20m bounty placed on Aine earlier and challenged Rwomushana to explain how he came to the conclusion that Aine had died.
In his defence, Rwomushana rejected any attempt by those he claimed were on Shisha to put him on defense.
“Some of us do not fear to stumble. We fall and get up quickly. We must march and go get our freedom.”
He said publishing his beliefs is not a lie.
“You are judging my stumbling but not the intent. The intent was to save a life.”
Rwomushana said by law Amama is meant to be protected by police, saying he adopted private security because his own security was threatened.
“Aine is out of the grave. We are operating in a complex paradigm. The picture of a dead body is very powerful. We must gamble to wake people up.”
He said Tanzania should be interested in knowing who kept Aine there.
Meanwhile, Mbabazi camp claims the state security machinery always knew where Aine was.
They wondered whether he was all along working as a government spy.