Kampala North Police Operations Commander Sam Omala was left speechless yesterday after the Forum for Democratic Change president, Dr Kizza Besigye, beat a security cordon at his home for the second day and entered the city. Police said they are investigating reports that Dr Besigye may have used a taxi to enter the city centre before jumping into his car. The apparent ease with which he was able to leave his home was by yesterday gaining mythical proportions. Dr Besigye emerged from his car at Namirembe Road in Kampala at around midday and waved the V-sign to a chanting crowd which quickly built up around him, surprising police. The police, who have been accused of illegally restricting the movements of Dr Besigye and other opposition politicians, blocked his car and diverted him to Central Police Station where he was held before being driven to Kira Division Police Station. This is the second time he is leaving home unnoticed since the Walk to Freedom campaign started this week. On Monday, the FDC leader suddenly showed up in the city, leaving a large number of security personnel deployed on 24-hour guard outside his home in Kasangati, bewildered. Before the city fracas, police had erected roadblocks near homes of opposition leaders and were busy searching every car to make sure that they do not leave their homes. On Tuesday, Mr Omala swore that Dr Besigye will not leave his home unless he denounces the Walk to Freedom campaign: We will not sleep. Dr Besigye will not leave his home until he denounces his plans. We will not even doze for even a minute, I swear he will not leave this house, Mr Omala, said. Dr Besigye, who was then at his home, responded that he can leave his home any time if he so wished. When Daily Monitor yesterday asked Mr Omala how Dr Besigye slipped through his security without recanting activities related to Walk to Freedom, he declined to comment.