The military police has come to explain their presence this afternoon at the home of controversial army general David Sejusa in Naguru, a Kampala suburb, with officers seen talking to people there.

Military Police Spokesperson, Maj. Stanley Birungi told EagleOnline that whereas, they were seen at the home of General David Sejusa, the purpose of the visit was not to arrest or do anything but rather to drop food supplies for their officers who are deployed at his home.

“It is true, our soldiers have been there doing those other duties and like we do to any other high ranking officials and generals, we deploy officers in their home,” Maj. Birungi said.

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EagleOnline had earlier reported about the Military Police being present at the General’s house.

Army Spokesperson Lt.Col. Paddy Ankunda also has also demised new deployment “No new military police deployment has been made at Gen. David Sejusa’s residence”

Over the years the General has had a not-so-rosy relationship with the NRM government and in April 2013 Sejusa, a former Coordinator of Intelligence Services, penned a dossier to the Director General of the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) Brig. Ronnie Balya, in which he claimed President Yoweri Museveni was hatching a plan to have his son Muhoozi Kainerugaba, succeed him. In the same dossier the General also claimed there were plans to eliminate him and some senior political and military figures including then Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi and then Internal Affairs minister, the late Gen Aronda Nyakairima, among other people.

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