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University Student Detained in Military Inteligence Camp For Calling CDF Mbadi's Daughter

A university student was forced to spend two days in a military intelligence camp after contacting a military official's daughter.

The 21-year-old Lorna Naula, a student at Kyambogo University of Uganda was detained at the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence, in Mbuya for allegedly contacting a daughter of Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) boss, Gen Wilson Mbadi

Nation's sister newspaper in Uganda, The Monitor, reports that Lorna had contacted CDF Mbadi's daughter, whom they schooled together, in an attempt to help her brother who is serving a jail term.

However, military intelligence tracked and traced the girl before they went and picked her up for questioning.

“They called her claiming they had a parcel to deliver. They had actually called her the previous day, but she had declined to respond. She informed her family she had been taken for questioning and she would be back by the end of the day, but her phone was switched off until this morning [yesterday],” the source told The Monitor.

CDF Mbadi allegedly ordered the military to bring the student to him because he wanted to see her with his own eyes. He allegedly suspected that the student was on a mission to kidnap his daughter.

After staying at the military camp for two days, she was released without any charges.

It is being reported her brother was jailed after he was found with military attires. The brother reportedly worked with the military in the past and on a contract basis. He was later found with military attires before he was sent to prison

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