Ugandan Journalist 'Abducted by Security Personnel'
A senior crime reporter at Uganda's The New Vision newspaper has been "abducted", reportedly by security personnel. The newspaper tweeted that the "abduction" could be related to stories he had written about security, most recently one about the death of a Finland national in Kampala at the weekend. The story implied that Internal Security Organisation operatives were involved.
Observer, 14 February 2018
Four people have been arrested as investigations widen into last week's mystery death of two European men at two top Kampala hotels. Read more »
Army spokesperson Brigadier Richard Karemire
Independent (Kampala), 13 February 2018
A senior crime reporter at Uganda's leading daily The New Vision was picked up reportedly by security personnel at 2pm on Tuesday, as he walked to Kyadondo from Vision Group… Read more »
Observer, 13 February 2018
Suspected military personnel have reportedly 'abducted' New Vision crime investigations journalist, Charels Etukuri. Read more »
Senior crime reporter at Uganda's The New Vision Charles Etukuri.
Colonel Frank Bagyenda Kaka, head of Uganda's Internal Security Organisation, says allegations that a Finnish national who died in a Kampala hotel came to the country at his ... Read more »