Bobi wine has called out the police for failure to provide CCTV footage they had promised to release to clear the air about the circumstances under which people power activist Ritah Nabukenya died.
According to the police spokesperson, Fred Enanga while speaking to daily monitor said :
“At the time of the incident, the network of the CCTV camera at that place was off and it did not have power until 10pm in the night. We are, however, still assessing the incident to see if we can retrieve some information from the cameras close to it. When we get the footage, I will share it with you,” Mr Enanga told Daily Monitor last evening.
The much anticipated CCTV footage by both people power and media looks like it will not surface and as such this has put the credibility of the Uganda police yet again on the line.
Bobi wine reacted to this statement by the police labeling them as criminals in uniform;
Criminals putting on our uniform bearing the national flag murdered our sister in cold blood. We demanded that CCTV footage is released. Now they claim the CCTV system was faulty. I know that the souls of our departed comrades will never settle until justice is served. said Bobi wine