The Uganda police force has sent more documents to the government of Tanzania to seek extradition of two other people arrested together with Jamil Mukulu, the leader of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF).
The two; Omar Abdullah Mukuta and Mohammed Matovu Ssebataka are alleged to be Allied Democratic Front (ADF) rebel group members.
They were arrested in Tanzania on various suspicions that are yet to be revealed and were, like Mukulu, found with Tanzania and DRC passports.
Police spokesperson Fred Enanga says an application has been sent to Tanzanian authorities to extradite the two suspects together with Jamil Mukulu.
He adds that the state seeks to integrate the extradition process of the two suspects into the ongoing hearing involving Jamil Mukulu.
The two unlike Jamil Mukulu have no pending warrant or arrests but are wanted on charges of Conspiring with Jamil Mukulu to murder, commit terrorism activities and treason.
Interpol Uganda headed by Assan Kasingye has already completed the identification process and now awaits court hearing on the case of the two.