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Besigye akamatwa, asema ataandama tena alhamisi.

Discussion in 'Ugandan News and Politics' started by chitambikwa, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. chitambikwa

    chitambikwa JF-Expert Member

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  2. Shapu

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    Hakuwa anaandamana, alikuwa anatembea kuelekea kazini kwake kwani mafuta yamepanda sana. Ghafla akashangaa umati wa watu ukimfuata then akakamatwa. Anauliza ni kosa kutembea kwenda kazini?? Kama upo kampala utaelewa maana ya uoga wa madaraka, M7 amemwaga wanajeshi kila kona ya jiji huwezi amini kila hatua tano wapo askari hii imedumu tangu election ziishe, huyu jamaa aliiba kura so ana-HOFU kubwa sana ndo maana hamwachi Besigye afanye chochote....situation here is terrible. M7 anahofu kubwa ya yanayotokea arab countries.
     
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    Mu7 hana tofauti na Gbagbo sema museveni amejizaztiti sana katiak sehemu zote hadi media zote but hes another worse stupid Gbagbo
     
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    [​IMG] Besigye on a Police truck at Kasangati Police Station just before he was driven to court


    TWO opposition party leaders, Col. Kizza Besigye, Nobert Mao, and over 10 other politicians were yesterday arrested and charged with inciting violence as they tried to hold a ‘walk- to-work’ demonstration over rising commodity prices.

    The politicians, who were arrested from various places trying to “walk” into Kampala city, were later in the day charged in Kasangati, City Hall, Nakawa and Mwanga II courts.

    Before the arrests, there was a standoff between the Police and the politicians, who insisted on proceeding with their walk. They argued that it was their constitutional right. But the Police said the demonstration was illegal.

    Besides Besigye and Mao, others who were charged with disobeying lawful orders, committing traffic offences and inciting violence included MPs Abdu Katuntu, Mathias Nsubuga, Wafula Oguttu, Jack Sabiti as well as opposition activists Kenneth Kakande, Elvis Kintu, Moses Kataabu, William Kamulegeya, Robert Kwesiga, Moses Kasibante and Robert Sendaula.

    Besigye, the FDC president, was intercepted in Kasangati after walking for about two kilometres from his residence. He said he was walking to his party headquarters in Najjanankumbi on Entebbe road, about 20km away.

    At one stage, Besigye defiantly sat in the middle of the road, ignoring orders to go to the nearby police station. He was bundled onto a pick-up truck, whisked to the station and later taken court.
     
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    m7......kila chanye mwanzo kina mwisho. life is a circle
     
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    M7 - Aliyeko juu mfuate huko huko!
     
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