Muhammed Amanyire a 33 years old Ugandan man stormed the country's parliament gate earlier this month before he was stopped by watchmen in the gate. Muhammed was asked to provide necessary documents before being allowed to enter that place but he became violent something which prompted the officers to hold him forcefully. Muhammed threatened to set himself on fire and people who were around took the responsibility of locking him in custody to avoid any fire accidents caused by the victim. Muhammed has been in custody for a couple of days now and the courts decided to listened to his case today. As reported by 'Daily Moniter' Muhammed said that he is a musician and strong supporter of National Resistance Movement. According to him, the movement was so unfair and they were oppressing Ugandans something which pissed them off. The court however charged Amanyire for threatening to commit suicide and he has been sent to a one month imprisonment.
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