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Coordinator, Intelligence Services
General David Tinyefuza
General David Tinyefuza General David Tinyefuza. Legislators on the Presidential Affairs committee have in a Thursday meeting summoned the Coordinator of Intelligence Services, General David Tinyefuza to explain his continued refusal to vacate the now controversial Kampala Capital City Authority House in Kololo. The General is also supposed to clarify on allegations that the house could have been sold without the authorization of KCC. General Tinyefuza will also be tasked to explain why he threatened to arrest KCCA chief Executive, Jennifer Musisi who is doing her official duty. The legislators in a meeting chaired by Mr Barnabas Tinkasimire (NRM, Buyaga) summoned General Tinyefuza to appear with the minister for the Presidency, Ms Kabakumba Masiko on Tuesday next week. The KCCA Executive Director has given General Tinyefuza up to August 2 to vacate the two storey house located on plot 2, Mabua road. But the General has since threatened to arrest her if she dare attempts to evict him from the official mayor's residence saying the house serves as the state's security interests and not his personal comfort. The house was controversially occupied by General Tinyefuza in March 2008 upon a directive of then local government minister, Maj Gen (rtd) Kahinda Otafiire.
David Tinyefuza, the Coordinator of Security Agencies who by military rank and filial background out-ranks both the Chief of Defense Forces and the Inspector General of Police.Mr Tinyefuza seems to have an invisible axe to grind with the guardians of his parents from whose generosity and goodwill he has benefited through the years.As an out of school lawyer, as an out of favour political hack being called to account by the Army Council, Mr Tinyefuza ran into the arms of the "villains" he has been pursuing with a vengeance. Ten years ago, Mr Tinyefuza ran to the courts of law in the arms of senior legal practitioners hailing from Buganda after being summoned to answer for statements made to Parliament about the war in the north.He sought political cover from another arch-monarchist, the late Abu Mayanja, before returning to the fold.At the time, it did not matter whether Mr Tinyefuza had blood smeared on his hands from the war in the north. In the post ICC Statute days, he could as well be a candidate for indictment before the War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague.Mr Tinyefuza's accumulation of power outside any legal framework does not augur well for government.Mr Tinyefuza is a Member of Parliament and a civil servant at the same time [an obvious affront to the separation of powers principle and absolute prohibition on MPs holding two offices]. They offered protective custody without signing onto Mr Tinyefuza's speculative charges of terrorism and treason. Tinyefuza attempting the last part of the graduate level course in Jurisprudence at the Law School. Unlike the President, Tinyefuza is not operating under any immunity.He needs to come clear on the source of his authority to break laws with impunity.
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David Tinyefuza, the coordinator of intelligence agencies, to stop intimidating opposition supporters in Sembabule District. Tinyefuza dismissed the threats and described the allegations as a red-herring, telling the Forum for Democratic Change leader, who is a consensus presidential candidate for four parties, "not to drag us" into ongoing campaigns. He said: "I would advise my old friend Kizza Besigye to concentrate on his job of convincing Ugandans to support his political agenda and leave security services alone. "It's not impossible for the state to stop anybody," he added, "If we want to do it, we would do it effectively." Tinyefuza said they have made no attempt to muzzle government opponents and that's why Dr Besigye is "moving freely, drawing all the crowds and none of his supporters has been arrested and locked up in a cell".
The coordinator of intelligence services David Tinyefuza,