FORMER POLICE FLYING SQUAD BOSS HERBERT MUHANGI REARRESTED AFTER SECURING BAIL

  • Posted on: 20 February 2019
  • By: sanyu-fm-news

The fate of former Commander of the Flying Squad Police Unit Herbert Muhangi remains unclear after he was rearrested last evening just moments after he was granted bail by the General Court Martial on Tuesday.

Muhangi was whisked off to an unknown location by soldiers of Uganda People's Defense Forces who picked him outside Court Martial Premises in Makindye.

Earlier on Tuesday, Assistant Commissioner of Police Muhangi appeared before the General Court Martial Presided over by Lt General Andrew Gutti who released him on a non-cash bail of 10 million shillings.

Muhangi is charged alongside six other police officers including former Inspector General of Police General Kale Kayihura for offenses related to kidnap and failure to protect war materials.

Prosecution contends that between 2012 and 2016 by omission and commission, Muhangi and his
Co-accused aided and abetted repatriation of Rwandan Exiles, refugees and Ugandan Citizens to Rwanda.

Some of these victims include Lt Joel Mutabazi, Jackson Karemera alias Ndinga and Sergeant Innocent Kalisa.