Gen Tumwine wants MPs to apologize for “invading safe houses”. The Human Rights Committee of parliament was investigating torture in safe houses. Similarly, you should apologize to the country for visiting safe houses and people’s homes without permission from the security organs.
“I am a member of parliament, honorable members you ashamed the parliament. For knocking at people’s gates thinking that its a safe house. I want them to apologize for shaming parliament” he said.
The committee of Human Rights led by Jennifer Nantume Egunyu moved to a number of safe houses to research about the torture. Gen Tumwine wants MPs to apologize for “invading safe houses” However, the security guards did not allow them to access these safe houses.
Tumwine said that the only safe house open to the public is the one at Kyengera, during his presentation in the parliament. Inclusion, the rest, he refused to disclose their location.
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