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Lumbuye Should Not Be Mistreated - Muhammad Nsereko

Lumbuye Should Not Be Mistreated – Muhammad Nsereko

As the whereabouts of embattled NUP social media propagandist Fred Lumbuye rages on, Kampala Central MP Muhammad Nsereko has come out to say that he should not be mistreated but rather brought to order.

Lumbuye was a few days ago arrested in Turkey where he had made a base to ferociously attack the Ugandan government.

State Minister of Foreign Affairs Okello Oryem came out to say that they had Lumbuye in their custody.

He added that Lumbuye would be deported into the country last week.

However, up to now, no one knows Lumbuye’s whereabouts. Police this week also denied having him in their custody.

The police spokesperson Fred Enanga however said that once they hand him over to them, they will charge him on 15 counts.

Nsereko came out and showed his excitement at the arrest of Lumbuye.

He went ahead to say that he will challenge any MP who brings the issue of freeing the government critic on the floor of parliament. He also criticized NUP for calling him a human rights activist.

“We don’t want Lumbuye to be mistreated but he needs to be brought to order. He has come out to speak on behalf of NUP. The party should have responded if they are not for what he says.

I don’t agree with calling Lumbuye a human rights activist. There is no human rights activist that calls for the killing of another person and violation of human rights.” Nsereko said.

The legislator also said that although the propagandist committed the crime out of Uganda’s jurisdiction on the internet, the government can still get him.

Nsereko further said that the likes of Lumbuye do what they do so as to get more views and more money.

He also said that people should learn that they are solely responsible for what they say. And as one enjoys their rights, they have no authority to violate other people’s rights.

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