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Police Blocks Besigye from Walking to Work

Police has foiled attempts by Kizza Besigye, the FDC leader to walk to work.
Police has foiled attempts by Kizza Besigye, the FDC leader to walk to work. Besigye was intercepted by police this morning around Kasangati hospital on his way to town. He explains that police told him he was a suspect and ordered him to seat in a waiting police car.

 

 

According to Besigye he was bundled on a waiting police car with his aides Moses Byamugisha and Martin Ndyomugenyi and taken to Kasangati police station. He explains that at Kasangati police station the cops told him they were going to charge him but explain to him the charges.

 

 

He says that cops kept pacing up and down while talking on phone. Minutes later, the cops asked Besigye to board a police car and drove him to his home. Addressing journalists shortly after, Besigye vowed to walk again saying that Police had not given him any instructions.

 

 

A few minutes later Ndyomugenyi returned bleeding with several bruises on his body he sustained after being tortured by the cops. His colleague Moses Byamugisha is still being held by Police. Meanwhile in Kasangati trading center police was engaged in running battles with residents. Police used water canons to disperse the residents who had blocked the road using huge stones, and tree trunks.

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