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Wednesday, October 19 2011

      Besigye at Kasangati on Tuesday morning
Police is holding at least 15 suspects from Kampala and 45 from up country in connection with walk to work protests and they will be charged with treason according to the Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura.

On Tuesday morning the FDC leader's house was surrounded by police officers to ensure that he does not walk to work. Dr. Kizza Besigye opted to using a short cut behind the house but the police was able to catch up with him and a mini scuffled ensued.

Residents had now started pelting the police with stones who in turn retaliated with the now popular 'pink spray'. He was later taken to Kasangati Police station where he was held for a while and later released. This is the second day for A4C but surprisingly the leader and also Masaka MP Mathias Mpuuga was no where to be seen.

Related: President Museveni Warns A4C Activists
Filed under: Walk to Work

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