No Way: Dr Kiyingi fires Makindye East MP Ibrahim Kasozi for spying for President Museveni

No Way: UFDO fires Makindye East MP Ibrahim Kasozi for spying the organisation for President Museveni. Whisper Eye Reports

Uganda Federal Democratic Organisation (UFDO) has expelled Makindye East MP Ibrahim Kasozi from the organisation on allegations that he has been spying on the organisation for president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

Privy sources close to UFDO told Whisper Eye news that the top Executive committee sat on Friday August 21, 2020 evening in Sydney, Australia and took a decision.

During the meeting, the officials of UFDO agreed and authorised the chairman of the organisation Dr Aggrey Kiyingi to make official communication through radio Munansi ( which he did on Sunday evening.

According to our source inside UFDO, MP Kasozi was given money to finance candidates across the country in 2016 general elections estimated at US $1m , but it was found out that he just married two other women instead of financing opposition candidates.

The source further told Whisper Eye that MP was given various campaign materials including motor vans, but he did not use them any where in the 2016 general elections apart from his personal campaigns in Makindye East.

According to Dr Kiyingi after MP Kasozi received campaign materials and money he went to president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and agreed to work for him, by spying on UFDO and Dr Kiyingi.

“I do apologise to all Ugandans who have suffered because of Mr Ibrahim Kasozi. I trusted him a lot, gave him all what was necessary to defeat president Museveni. But he betrayed the struggle,” says Dr Kiyingi on radio Munansi.

“MP Ibrahim Kasozi has been expelled from UFDO with immediate effect, he is no longer part of us. Let him come out to challenge whether he is not working with president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni”, Dr Kiyingi stated.

Intelligence reveals that MP Kasozi is also known as Henry Kityo according to Dr Kiyingi.

Dr Kiyingi reassured Ugandans that the UFDO is now stronger than before, and they have made many changes towards the liberation struggle in relation to security.

Ibrahim Kasozi is yet to react to these new findings about his close contact with president Museveni.