Police on Tuesday evening picked Kizza Besigye and four Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) members from Nagalama Police driving them to unknown location.
Besigye, FDC secretary for Mobilization, Ingrid Turinawe, FDC presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat and Rukungiri district councilor, Innocent Tashobya have been in detention since Thursday following their arrest while heading to Kabale district.
Police allege that Dr Besigye and four others last week on Wednesday commanded an illegal procession in Rukungiri which left a one Edson Nasasira dead.
Addressing the weekly press briefing in Kampala on Monday, Police Spokesperson Asan Kasingye said Dr Kiiza Besigye f faced possible prosecution.
“Our investigators are still collecting evidence from the field and immediately he and his colleagues will be arraigned in court,” said Kasingye.
But according to the postmortem report dated October 24 and signed by three doctors; by Dr Julius Luyimbaazi (General Surgeon/Medical Superintendent), Dr Ronald Mbiine (General Surgeon) and Dr Stephen Gingo (Obstetrician/Gynaecologist), Nasasira died of injuries sustained from a bullet wound.
In a postmortem report from Karoli Lwanga Hospital and Nursing Training School, Nyakibale, Undertaken by doctors; Gingo Stephen an obstetrician, Luyimbazi Julius and Mbiine Ronald both general surgeons, it was discovered that the late Nasasira had a circular bullet entry wound on the left nasal bone about 0.5m in diameter.
“Features are consistent with a gunshot wound/injury, direction of injury was front to back,” the postmortem reads. “There was missing bone fragments hence open fracture of the left occiput bone. Features of the lacerated brain tissues,” the report said.