On October 10, Justice Sekaana ordered government to produce Kipoi in court on October 17 as his court pronounces itself on an application where Kipoi wanted to block his trial in the military court saying that it's illegal since he is a civilian.
Kipoi is charged in the General Court Martial with six UPDF soldiers for offences related to security. The other suspects are; RA 129817 SGT Okeng, RA 140400 L/CPL Rogers Mweru, RA 13014 SGT Yunus Lemertga, RA 2077006 PTE Ifosiga Saidi Dodla, RA 196740 L/CPL Cassim Adams Mawa, RA 37791 CPL James Shimali and RA 37702 CPL Yusuf Kiisa.
However, as the High court dismissed his application on Wednesday, Kipoi was nowhere to be seen, neither did Geoffrey Atwiine, a representative of the attorney general explain to court why the applicant was not produced in court.
Maj Iduli has said that he attempted to visit Luzira prison looking for Kipoi but was denied access on grounds that his client was never returned ever since he got picked by Military Police. Iduli has now said that, he, and Kipoi's family; including relatives are now worried since they do not know where their beloved one is.
Frank Baine, the Uganda Prison Services spokesperson on Saturday confirmed to that Kipoi was picked from Luzira prison by the Military Police.
"Kipoi was picked by soldiers from Military Police who presented to us a production warrant from the General Court Martial. You know the court has discretion on where he can be remanded since it is the one trying him... He was taken back to Makindye [military barracks] but was not returned to Luzira," said Baine.
Maj John Bizimana, the registrar of the General Court Martial said he does not know the latest development.
The Uganda People's Defense Forces deputy spokesperson Lt Col Deo Akiiki could not be reached on phone to explain further Kipoi's whereabouts.