Whisper Eye ceo released from unlawful detention - Whisper Eye

Whisper Eye ceo released from unlawful detention

Magistrate grade one  His worship Mangeni Marion released Kaweesa Hope Mulangira a Post graduate student at the Uganda Law development Center and the chief executive officer of whisper eye online publication in Kampala yesterday.

Court 6 at Buganda Road, Magistrate Court was jammed to capacity by lawyers from Law Development Center  who were even made to swear an oath that Mulangira Kaweesa Hope was indeed one of their own as he had no identification documents which were confiscated from him by police investigators led by an errant Emmanuel Bonigaba and kept him in Police custody for close to 14 days after arresting him on Monday 18th  from his work place at Tayebwa Sserwadda and Co. Advocates located at Jinja road , Total deluxe station where he was undergoing clerkship.

Some of the lawyers from Law Development center after court granted Mr Kaweesa Bail

The state accuses Mulangira Kaweeea of allegedly authoring and distribution of an audio threading to kill President Museveni, his son Gen Muhoozi, Hon Nankabirwa, and a host of others which he denies.

Whisper Eye sources confirmed that a lady who owns an online news publication formerly an aid in State House tipped the security over Kaweesa sharing of the audio which led to his arrest and incarceration for weeks at Kabalagala   police in violation of his human rights and contrary to article 23 of the Uganda constitution which gives police mandate to only detain a suspect for not more than 48 hours.

Kaweesa is likely to sue the state for illegal detention, defamation and other related cases.

Kaweesa arrest follows a number of security crackdowns on Uganda opposition and some media houses after the killing of Arua Mp Abiriga

However it also depicts the lack of professional ethics in investigations and panic by some of the Uganda police  security officers which apparently is conducted erratically most probably to earn praise and please the authority and media rivalry between competitors and planted agents masquerading as media house.

The lawyers  hailed the judiciary for his release and termed him a new generation Nelson Mandela.