Following the persistent challenges and questions raised by the People Power principal, Bobi Wine, police have turned down the idea of producing the CCTV footage of Nabukenya’s accident.
While being grilled by the press yesterday, the police spokesperson, Fred Enanga claimed the CCTV system at that particular location was faulty at the time of the morning incident. “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 the journalists yesterday.
When masses gathered in Kiboga to send off Ritah Nabukenya, Bobi Wine challenged the police institution to produce the footage of Nabukenya’s accident. He committed to his earlier narrative that the police deliberately killed Ritah in an intentional accident attributed to her political beliefs strongly linked to People Power.
Eye witnesses to the gruesome incident were barred from freely addressing the media as police strived to suppress the factual evidence that links them to the murder of Ritah.