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CMI Officer Held Over Car Robbery

The Directorate of Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) is holding one of its officers who allegedly robbed a car from the bond and later sold it on forged documents. The officer under detention has been identified as Lt Emmanuel Muhangi attached to CMI head office in Mbuya.

Insiders from CMI told us that Muhangi, early this year went to one Emma who owns a car bond in Nakawa and ordered for a Toyota premo valued at shs 24m. Officers at CMI added that Muhangi told Emma to give him one of his staffs to bring his money, which Emma did.

“When they reached at Muhangi’s home in Ntinda, he pulled out a pistol and ordered the boy to go away before he is dead,” reveals one of the CMI officers who is investigating Muhangi.  It is alleged that Muhangi later forged the National Identity Card of one Karamuzi Joseph now the deceased and put the car into his names as the original buyer.

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Investigators added that he got the national identity card of Kasikano Julius, a police driver attached to Naguru and Gloria Kaunda and later sold the vehicle to a police officer attached to Kyebando Police Station at shs 18m.

Kasikano in an interview says he gave out his national Identity card and pass port to Jolly Kyarimpa the wife to his late brother Karamuzi Joseph to process the death certificate to follow up his pension. He added that he did not know that Kyarimpa was in love with Muhangi.

“When we gave Kyarimpa our passports and National Identity cards to process  the death certificate of her husband to process pension, she gave them to Muhangi and used them to sell the car,” says Kasikano.

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