Kampala-Gen. David Sejusa, the outspoken former Coordinator of Intelligence Services has been released from Jinja Road Police Station after being cautioned on why he allowed a Boda Boda procession.
Sejusa had been earlier arrested as he left Centenary Bank and he was being detained at Jinja Road Police Station.
Police intercepted Gen. Sejusa along Jinja road on why he allowed Boda Boda to follow him and yet it contravenes the Public Order Management Act which states that – for any procession or meeting of more than five people, one needs to seek police permission.
In April 2013 the renegade army general penned a dossier, claiming that government planned to eliminate prominent persons including among others, then Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and former Chief of Defence Forces Gen. Aronda Nyakairima and him.
After the dossier that was addressed to the Director General of Internal Security, Brig Ronnie Balya leaked; Sejusa fled the country in May and went into exile in the United Kingdom, staying there for over a year till his secret return to Uganda on December 14, 2014.
Then, about three weeks later Sejusa was to meet President Museveni on Saturday, January 3 at State House Entebbe, where the two, in the company of bush war colleague and former Army Commander of the National Resistance Army (NRA) Gen. Elly Tumwiine, met and discussed Sejusa’s woes.
Sejusa has always shown signs of defiance and in 1996 he tried to retire from the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) but was stopped after a grueling legal battle at a time when Mr Amama Mbabazi was the Attorney General.
A lawyer, 61-year old Sejusa, who holds a Masters degree in law joined the NRA in 1981, and is one of those who reportedly put up a spirited effort during the five-year war.While in exile Sejusa lost his father, Mzee Simon Bwajojo and brother under unclear circumstances