Mr Nicholas Opiyo, a human rights lawyer based in Kampala has allegedly been arrested by plain cloth security men, his team confirms.
He represents the Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) whose accounts were blocked by security last week on accusations of supporting terrorism in Uganda.
He was abducted with other human rights lawyers who are involved in investigating and collecting evidence of the murders that occurred between 18th and 19th November, 2020 by security.
According to eye witnesses, Opiyo and his colleagues were thrown into a van with tinted glasses, bearing private number plates.
They were arrested from Lamaro restaurant in Kamwokya where he had just had lunch with colleagues, handcuffed and taken to an unknown location.
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