“People shouldn’t be worried about him. The relevant authorities will at the right time bring him before courts of law. People should be busy looking for survival, not asking about Lumbuye,” Foreign Affairs State Minister Henry Okello Oryem told NTV Uganda in an interview.
Lumbuye now faces up to 15 charges, including spreading harmful propaganda, incitement of violence using improvised explosive devices, and offensive communication.
“Once he is handed over to the police, we shall process the 15 case files that were opened against him,” Police spokesperson, Mr Fred Enanga told journalists on August 9 during a weekly security press briefing in Uganda’s capital Kampala.