Jimmy Patrick Okema, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson revealed the quartet will face charges of holding unlawful assembly and incitement of violence contrary to Public Order Management Act, 2013.
Henry Kisembo said that police was forced to fire tear gas after realizing that the game could not continue when students of both institutions were attempting to engage in a serious fight over a controversial penalty.
Stephen Mugume, the Head teacher Kigezi High School, says there is no evidence showing that the assault victims were injured by his students since none of those on the pitch was donning school uniform.
About 200 students started a violent strike on Wednesday night demanding for the immediate transfer of their Chaplain, Reverend Judith Atwongeire whom they accused of being too tough, dictatorial and non-supportive. Atwongeire has served at the school for two years.
Police have been deployed in Luweero town council to block Brenda Nabukenya the former Luweero woman Member of Parliament from staging a rally following a court of appeal ruling that nullified her November 2011 by elections.
Police in Kyenjonjo district are on the spot for shooting a student while quelling a riot at Maddox Secondary School in Butiiti Sub County in June this year. The shooting of Jacqueline Basemera caused outrage among students and parents, who accused police of using live bullets to disperse unarmed students.
Anti-riot police on Tuesday morning got involved in running battles with rioters who were protesting the cordoning off of the home of Christopher Kibazanga, the chief campaign agent for Winfred Kiiza in the Kasese Woman Parliamentary by-election.
The protesters also carried placards accusing UMEME and Government of Uganda of sabotaging health service deliver in Kitovu Hospital and Masaka Hospital where operations have been suspended due to power outage.
The police has deployed heavily armed anti riot police in the city centre this morning to avert a planned demonstration allegedly by the opposition Forum for Democratic Change.
The Inspector General of Police Maj. Gen Kale Kaihura says they have received reliable information that the FDC is planning to disrupt normal life in the City. The FDC insists their demonstrations are not provocative.