Uganda arrests ex-police chief Kale Kayihura - 8 months ago, 13 June 12:39

By: Daily Monitor

Former Uganda Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura and some of his associates have been arrested.

Highly placed sources said Gen Kayihura was being interrogated over undisclosed allegations.

He was picked from his Lyantonde home and flown to the country's capital Kampala in a chopper for further investigations.

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