MAKINDYE West Legislator Allan Ssewanyana is very much worried about his life after unidentified people dropped letters having list of most wanted politicians, his name included.
Notably on the list, are the Members of Parliament driving a motion to censure security minister Gen. Elly Tumwine and ofcourse Kampala Lordmayor Erias Lukwago who is believed to be giving legal counsel to these MPs .
On the most wanted list are;
Hon. Allan Ssewanyana
Hon. Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi
Hon. Moses Kasibante
Hon. Roland Mugume Kakindu
Hon. Latif Sebagala
Hon. Theodore Ssekikubo
Hon. Francis Butebi Zaake
Hon. Banabas Tinkasimire
Hon. Medard Lubega Sseggona
Hon. Gaffa Mbwatekamwa
Hon. Betty Nambooze Bakireke
Hon. Egunyu Nantume
Hon. Muwanga Kivumbi
Lord mayor Erias Lukwago
Speaking to the News Editor Online today Saturday morning, Hon. Ssewanyana has said, “Found those letters dropped at my gate this morning and along the way that leads to my home and some areas in my constituency.”
Yesterday, a team of five Members of Parliament behind the petition to cause Minister Tumwine censure held a presser at Parliament to update the public about signature collection, smelt a rat that their move may hit a deadlock following a poor turn up of their colleagues to sign the petition.
A meeting which was expected to be attended by a good number of MPs, only a few turned up for the press conference which left behind many un answered questions on why others chickened out and stayed away from our cameras.
Those attended include; Hon. Allan Ssewanyana, Hon. Ssekikubo, Hon. Barnabas Tinkasimire, Hon. John Baptist Nambeshe and Hon. Moses Kasibante.
The five put it to other Mps who have shunned this petition that they have run away from their constitutional mandate.
This petition has only three days to go and if over 145 MPs don’t sign it, will definately be thrown in the dustbin.
The petition comes after Parliamentary Human Rights Committee chaired by Hon. Egunyu authored a report implicating the four star Gen. Tumwine, the line minister for blocking committee members tour ‘safe houses’ which to them are the illegal tourture chambers where people are detained from and tortured.
A few days ago, a group of notorious youth addressed media warning MPs behind this censure move that they will be dealt with if they don’t leave in peace the security minister who is perfectly handling insecurity in the country.
It isn’t known whether this group is behind lists of these very MPs dropped at Hon. Ssewanyana’s gate to scare him and his colleagues away from proceeding with censuring Security minister Tumwine.