By Watchdog reporter

The Investigator online news media boss Stanley Ndawula has claimed that Police is accusing him of being connected to the murder of the late AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi.

Ndawula says that he got phone calls from security operatives warning him to disappear from vicinity for a while because he is being put on the suspects list regarding the murder of Kaweesi.

Apparently, Ndawula is in fear thus he decided to stay at his home where he thinks police will pick him safely.

The famous crimes journalist previously worked for Redpepper.

Below is Ndawula’s full statement;

Stanley Ndawula is a Suspect? OMG ?
Today morning, I pondered on going to Rubaga for the requiem service but I decided to watch the proceedings on NBS and later go to just show face and empathy.

At about midday, I received a call from a knowledgeable security officer and interviewed me briefly whether I knew of the arrested alleged suspect from Ssembabule. I said I know him by name. He’s a police officer who helped in apprehending the prime witness in Wamala murder, the same killed in police cells two days later. I don’t know him by face.

“Well, Owek. I beg you excuse yourself from vicinity for some time. They believe you know something about the Friday murders and ur being trailed,” he advised.

From that call, I have received five more to the same effect. As a human, I heeded to the calls and stayed home from where I could be picked ‘safely.’ And Oh yes I’m still waiting. My concern though is my phone numbers are known to all police officers that would need me in regard to such fake allegations. Why permit ‘goons’ of Nixon Agasirwe’s hit squad to trail me!? Simply call me, summon and I will show up. Why do u want to drag me to safe houses!!!?

Well, if u want to connect Eliza Wamala to the murder and u believe I can be of any help, mukite. Reason? Gen. Kale Kayihura, DPP Michael Chibita and Wamala case I. O William Okalany were summoned by the President on Thursday and he grilled them about why they intentionally failed to bring the Wamala murder case to the logical conclusion even when the evidence was glaring. He was so bitter because he himself had promised Eliza that she should return to London and let him handle the case on her behalf.

The President had just received a reminder from Eliza which we ran on . He gave them only one week for the case to be ready for court. On Friday, Gen. Kayihura called for a meeting to handle the matter in which, his Assistant Andrew Felix Kaweesi (RIP) was implicated, only the meeting to be cancelled by the call announcing the latter’s murder.

How then could Elizabeth, who have not only the President’s confidence, trust and security but representation get interested in terminating Kaweesi who she all along wanted to face justice in person.

She went back to London on President’s advice. “Do you trust me,” asked the President. “Mr. President, it’s because I trust you that I am before you,” she replied and the first citizen’s answer was, “Then go back to London and let me personally handle your case…” the rest, we shall post on Investigator.

Actually the President was so right yesterday and his speech was about your vague style of handling cases. How can a man who arrested a suspect far away in Ssembabule, sent him to u in Kampala and stayed sipping on his malwa be a suspect in a case of murdering a suspect he sent you…? Mulimba mwonoonye nnyo eggwanga.

When he talked of the Rakai case, he was not referring to Rwalataaka No, It’s Gen. Kayihura who mentioned the name. The President was referring to Mujulizi who killed the Rakai people and a President’s personal friend in Sanga. Mujulizi was later aided to escape from police cells and is now believed to be in Tanzania, kati mwagala kusaddaaka Rwakataaka? Nedda ssebo mbeesiriikiridde ekimala. Munveeko, munzite oba twabike.

These are some of the issues I was going to raise on Bukedde TV tonight but I have cancelled my appearence because I don’t speak when angry ?. Ah! Well, summon me via 0772621522 or 0701120000 instead of trailing me. If you want me physically, that’s how I’m dressed today. Mwtesw