Uganda security forces have warned Ugandans living in diaspora against destabilizing peace of the country warning that they would be arrested upon return to the country.
The warning came few days after the arrest of Kato Kajubi, son of former chancellor of Makerere University Prof William Ssenteza Kajubi on allegations of offensive communication during a free Bobi Wine demonstration by Ugandan diaspora in United States pushing for Bobi Wine release from Makindye Military detention centre.
Kato was arrested upon arrival at Entebbe International Airport last week and remained in detention until Monday when he was given police bond.
Police said they are still analizing Kato’s file stating that he will be charged once investigation into his case is complete.
“He has been given bond and has deposited his passport with the police and it will be given back to him when investigations are complete,” Mr Vincent Ssekatte, a police spokesperson said.
Latest reports indicates police is using social media posts and comments to black list the Ugandans in diaspora over their comments and posts warning that they would be arrested upon return to the country.
Police said whoever will be blast listed will be charged with computer mises acts and punished according to the law.