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Police in Kampala has arrested John Endyango a police officer attached to the CCTV office in Entebbe has been arrested for allegedly leaking videos and photos of a secret meeting between the heads of the Judiciary and President Museveni.

The Principal Judge, Deputy Chief Justice and the Chief Justice a few days ago met President Museveni at State House Entebbe.

Well as details of the meeting have not been divulged, Endyango is said to have released a video of the top judicial officers vehicles leaving state house, many Ugandans concluding that they were compromised by the head of state.

Chief Justice Owiny-Dollo is among thee nine Justices of the Supreme Court hearing the Kyagulanyi Presidential Petition.

Sources at Entebbe Police confirmed Endyango’s arrest. “He was picked by officers from Kampala and we didn’t receive details on why he was taken,” a highly placed source at Entebbe Police Station said.

Another source in the Special Forces told this website that the officer must account for leaking information that compromises National Security.

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