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Mengo Condemns Police Brutality, Demands Apology

Buganda Katikkiro, Charles Peter Mayiga warns that the continued use of police brutality is likely to cause violence in the country.
Buganda Premier Charles Peter Mayiga addressing the Buganda Lukiiko at Bulange-Mengo.

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The Kaitikkiro of Buganda, Charles Peter Mayiga condemns the increasing police brutality against women.  

Speaking to the Buganda Lukiiko at Bulange-Mengo, Mayiga says police\'s actions do not portray a good image for the force.

Luganda                

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The Katikkiro urges the police to exercise professionalism. Mayiga warned that the continued use of brutality is likely to cause violence.

Luganda 

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Bulemezi County representative, Sofia Lugolobi Nabwami says women seem to be police\'s target whenever misunderstandings arise. 

She demanded that the Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura apologises and explains why police officers undress women.

Luganda

//Cue in: “Nga omukyala…

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Early this month, police blocked the convoy of Forum for Democratic Change presidential flag bearer, Dr. Kizza Besigye while heading to Rukungiri for a rally. 

Television footage showed police officers undress FDC\'s Fatuma Zainab, while arresting her. Police however contests this version, and says the woman undressed herself in order to taint the image of the force.