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I’m in Sweden living like a freeman, come and arrest me- Peng Peng

Raymond Soulfa aka Peng Peng

Raymond Soulfa, aka Peng Peng who is wanted by Police over offer offensive communication on social media before Abiriga’s murder has said police can find him in Stockholm Sweden.

Police are hunting down Raymond Soulfa, alias Peng Peng over statements he made on social media before Arua Municipality MP Ibrahim Abiriga’s death.

Police says that before the murder last Friday, Peng Peng, MP Betty Nambooze and Jane Kuli posted messages on social media supporting attack on Abiriga.

A detective said the three would be arrested over alleged offensive communication.

Mr Vincent Ssekate, the spokesperson for the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, confirmed the plan to have the trio arrested.

So far, Nambooze has already been arrested.

 

 

However in a Live Video on in his Facebook account yesterday, Peng Peng said he has never killed anyone and will not run away.

“I be in Stockholm Sweden and I move like a free man. Whoever wants to kill me should come. But I guarantee that there will be another Peng,” he said.

He also added that NRM Secretary General Kasule Lumumba should be arrested before people on facebook are arrested.

“ Lumumba sometime back you said because you have guns you will kill our children. Check what guns are doing, they are killing your own,” he said.

“You who said you will kill our children, why are you complaining today because there are guns in the country?”

Col Abiriga and his brother Saidi Buga Kongo were shot dead by gunmen at a trading centre near kawanda, on Bombo road, last Friday. Their killers were on motorcycles.

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