State Minister of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Aida Nantaba, has instructed Directorate of Criminal Investigation (CID) to find her at home and record a statement over extrajudicial killing of Ronald Ssebulime.
Nantaba was on Thursday summoned to appear before the directorate, however she did not show up nor communicate. She is a key witness in the murder of Mr Ssebuline whom she reported to Naggalama police station as an assassin who was trailing her.
In a letter addressed to the Director Criminal Investigation at police CID, replying police summons, Nantaba said she was unable to report in person having been directed by the president to confine within her premises until himself instructs otherwise.
“In such circumstances, am constrained to travel to Kibuli CID Headquarters an you requested. But you may in the meantime consider visiting my premises to record the require statement,” reads in part of ministers letter.
On Wednesday, Police Spokesman Fred Enanga confirmed that Sebulime was illegally killed after days of denying that the accusations. Enanga said police patrol in the area told lies.
Ssebulime was killed on his way to visit his children at school in Kabimbiri, Mukono district. It is averred that the Nantaba suspected him to be an assassin after he made a sudden u turn at Ssinda village, and asked the women who always sell food to Nantaba for direction before turning back on Kampala road.