The Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga has today during a plenary session urged members with names of missing Ugandans, to table them before Parliament, so that the Minister of Internal Affairs is tasked to explain their whereabouts.
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An infuriated Kadaga was angered by police’s reluctance to produce the lists of the names of all the missing people who are in their custody. Both police and army are pin pointing at one another with each side accusing the other of being behind the abductions.
By closure of the parliamentary session, the speaker had directed the Minister of internal affairs Gen. Jeje Odong to produce the list before closure of the week. The speaker however urged Ugandans to pile the lists of the names of their missing relatives so that parliament can grill the internal affairs Minister to account for their whereabouts.