Museveni: We already have clues to ‘the pigs’ who attacked Gen Katumba

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has vowed to “defeat” armed assailants who attacked and injured former Works and Transport minister Gen Edward Katumba Wamala in a Tuesday morning assassination attempt which left his daughter and driver dead.

Gen (rtd) Museveni said the former chief of defense forces (CDF) was being well-managed and added that the security team has clues to the assailants he described as pigs who do not value life.

“The pigs who do not value life shot at Gen. Katumba killed his daughter and driver and injured him. Condolences on the loss of the two Ugandans. I talked to Gen. Katumba twice on the phone. He is being well-managed.” the President said in a statement he tweeted on Tuesday afternoon.

Adding: “We shall defeat the criminals as we did in the past. We already have clues to those killers. Besides, the new system of digital beacons on all vehicles and Boda Bodas will eliminate the misuse of vehicles and Boda Bodas to commit crimes.”

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“I wish Gen. Katumba a quick recovery. The bodyguard should not have shot in the air. He should have shot to kill. We could be having a dead terrorist instead of scaring away the terrorists. His shooting saved Gen. Katumba by scaring the criminals away. However, killing one or more of the terrorists would have done the same and more,” he added.

Gen. Edward Katumba Wamala was attacked by gunmen guised as boda-boda men on Tuesday morning who shot at his car several bullets injuring him and killing his daughter and driver on spot. He was later rushed to Medipal International hospital where he is receiving treatment by press time.

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