Police to summon Bobi Wine, Baryomunsi, and Kiwanda in connection with alleged Oulanyah poisoning
Police have stated that they intend to question the National Unity Platform (NUP) principal, Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine, the minister for ICT and national guidance, Chris Baryomunsi, and the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) vice chairman for central Uganda, Godfrey Kiwanda, among others, over alleged claims that the deceased Speaker of the 11th Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, was poisoned.
Police want to call Dokolo South MP Felix Okot Ogong, Kilak South MP Gilbert Olanya, Northern Uganda-based artist Bosmic Otim, bloggers, and Oulanyah’s father Nathan Okori, who said at his son’s funeral last Friday that he (Oulanyah) informed him he was poisoned.
Mr. Fred Enanga, a police spokesman in Kampala, informed the media that a dossier of hostile communication is being produced at the CID headquarters in Kibuli, Kampala.
“According to the medical documents we got, there was no poison in his (Oulanyah’s) blood system.” We want them to furnish us with a chain of proof about the alleged poisoning.
“The case of offensive communication is still being worked on at CID headquarters in Kibuli,” Mr. Enanga said at the weekly police news conference in Naguru, Kampala.
Jacob Oulanyah was poisoned, “Mr. Okori stated during the funeral ceremony on Friday. He informed me. And he was operated on while physicians worked to treat the toxin. The toxin had such a negative impact on his health… He wasn’t going to be able to recuperate. He was too frail. “
He also asked Chief Justice to intervene in the case of a “particular woman who is medaling in Oulanyah’s firm and private property.”
Dr. Aceng informed Parliament on Tuesday that Oulanyah died as a result of numerous organ failures caused by cancer.
Mr. Kiwanda, like Mr. Okori, told the media over the weekend: “In 2021, when he was extremely unwell, he phoned me home and I said, ‘What is the issue, Jacob?'” “What exactly is going on?” “I assume I was poisoned,” he stated.
“I said, ‘But where did you get it?'” and he said, “I’m not sure.” But he warned me not to tell anybody. If you’re unwell, why don’t we share it so you can seek medical attention?
Of course, I couldn’t remain silent, so I told a few folks. This [poisoning] accusation came from him [Oulanyha]. “It didn’t come from the father since he told me,” Mr. Kiwanda stated.
Mr. Kyagulanyi urged the government Wednesday to speed up investigations into the suspected poisoning of former Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah.
“I went there to pay my respects to Jacob, but also to express my condolences to his family.” “I didn’t want to offend him, but his message of poisoning his kid has been loud and plain, therefore we urge that the investigations be completed as soon as possible,” Bobi Wine stated yesterday.