At least five journalists were injured as they covered Robert Kyagulanyi's journey to petition United Nations Human Rights Commission office over human rights violations in Uganda. NTV Uganda's Cliff Wamala, NBS TV's Josephine Namakumbi, New Vision's Timothy Mulungi, Daily Monitor's Irene Abalo and Geoffrey Twesigye are among the assaulted journalist. Nicholas Bamulanzeki's camera is reported to have been damaged by the military police. Daily Monitor on their twitter post wrote that at least seven Journalists
Lt Col Namanya Napoleone Kyabihende, Director Operations Military Police (previously SFC) commanded the brutalization of journalists and leaders at UN Office yesterday.He was named in the shooting at Kasubi tombs on 16th March 2010 which saw several people dead and injured!
In the 2021 elections, Uganda’s authoritarian president Yoweri Museveni is hoping to secure an unprecedented sixth term in office. That could extend his rule to nearly four decades. But Bobi Wine has other plans - he’s bidding for the presidency himself, in the hope of bringing change to Uganda. But Ofcourse these has come with consequences as he has over and over faced the wrath of Museveni and the brutality of the law enforcers in Uganda. The latest battle between Bobi Wine and the Uganda police is