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Letter to the President / Mr President – Ston-city (Youtube-Music-Video)

“A letter to the Ugandan President specifically and holistically to african leaders with downtrodden citizenries. This message has been approved by God” (Ston-City, 2016).

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FDC demonstrate in Mbale today!

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As the public gotten the news the people reacts to the arrest and violence of yesterday, even in outside of Kampala. The Forum for Democratic Change has reacted in Mbale. There the people has gone to the streets and demonstrated at the actions of the Police yesterday. Arresting their leaders; because of that they went into the central streets and around the Clock Tower. Where the Police later came with tear-gas and dispersing the crowds as they have done so diligently under the NRM-Regime! The Demonstrations started to get more heated as the Police arrested more and more FDC Supporters. As the Regional Police Commander James Ruweza is in charge of the detail and taking charge in Mbale; as surpressing the citizens in the town. The People also stormed the Central Police Station, before the boiling took over the town.

As the Police went in on the demonstration in the towns as the pictures show!

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Hon. Jack Wamanga  Wamai trying to calm down the rioters in Mbalè!

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Eye witness:

Mbale has started boiling. It is hot. The police has blocked FDCsupporters from trekking through the city. This has led to a jam at the Clock Tower”.

As more stories came forward the people reacted to the tear-gas that hurt most eyes of the FDC people in the streets. The good news is the hurt and detained FDC supporters in town that earlier got arrested got released by the Police. Even the good news it is still worrying: how the Police controls the public in a way that makes it violent, instead of creating a peaceful atmosphere as the Police does not respect the public and democratic actions as the crack-down on public meetings and public gatherings as a reactions to the violent conduct of the Police in Kampala. That is the reason why the FDC Mbale chapter went to the streets and Republic Street today to demonstrate. Peace.

Press release: UPF explains that Mr. Mbabazi demonstations in Kampala tomorrow is illegal (14.06.2015)

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The Police has received information that a group linked to former Prime Minister, Hon. Amama Mbabazi, intends to stage demonstrations in Kampala, Municipalities, and other major towns in Uganda, tomorrow, Monday, 15th June, 2015.
As we verify this information, this is to alert the general public that the Police has not been notified of such demonstrations as is required by the Public Order Management Act, and should, therefore, not be deceived into participating into them. The demonstrations, if indeed, they are planned, are illegal.


Therefore, whoever is involved in organizing the demonstrations, or intends to participate in them will be in violation of the law, and will face criminal sanctions in accordance with the law.


To avoid confusion, however, we must reiterate that the Police is not against anybody expressing their views/opinions/grievances publicly. But this must be done peacefully and unarmed, and the requirements under, particularly, the Public Order Management Act, (especially the 3 days’ notice) must be adhered to. In this case, Police has no notification of such meetings, and will take all measures to protect public order and public peace.

Commissioner of Police Fred Enanga
Press and Public Relations Officer
Uganda Police
14.06.2015

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