The council will meet to discuss and find solutions to all issues of insecurity and alleged abduction and give hope to helpless Ugandans. He revealed this on Tuesday as he addressed journalists in Kampala at Uganda Media Center.
While at it, he also denied allegations from the opposition that security is engaged in human rights violations of Ugandans. He further asserted that since NRM took power, it has always abided by the rule of law. He also added that there is no way human rights were violated by them.
The National Unity Platform, an opposition party, has in the past accused security forces of abducting over a dozen of its members. The party said these abductions happened before, during and after last year’s general elections.
Following the accusations from NUP, one of its supporters Mr Moses Bukenya, alias Wiser got released from prison on August 23.
He revealed that he had spent almost two years jailed in different places. At some point, his family members lost hope and held a funeral service for him believing he was dead.
Gen Muhwezi is the Member of Parliament for Rujumbura County in Rukunjiri District. He said that the human rights violations happening now are minor and can easily be worked upon.
The conversation about abduction came back to life following a recent incident involving men dressed in military uniforms.
This abducted a Pakistan national from Kireka and robbed him sparking security investigations.
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