By Henry D Gombya
President Yoweri Museveni is said to have acted swiftly to allow the former head of intelligence services Gen David Sejusa to “return home without any condition” after he received intelligence that the latter was planning to use force to return home.
A press release this morning from the Secretary of the Free Uganda Leadership Committee and also press secretary to Gen Sejusa, Dr Vincent Magombe, said President Museveni got wind of Sejusa’s plans during a four-month period that the general’s London and Kampala operatives were discussing amongst themselves the decision for their leader to return home. The intense deliberations involved discussions about using “all means necessary” to enable the general return home and continue his work of freeing Ugandans from decades of misrule.
“Free Uganda and Gen Sejusa in particular had made it known to all that if they were not allowed to enter Uganda via a peaceful route, then they reserved the right to apply the relevant constitutional provisions which permitted citizens to do all necessary to achieve freedom,” the FU press release read. The FU accused State House Entebbe for attempting to capture the general’s return to their advantage. they had placed Brig Balya at Entebbe Airport to make it look like he (Sejusa) was being welcomed home by the government.