Opposition National Unity Platform(NUP) has said they are not about to stop their mobilization tour as directed by police.
In response to Police’s directive, NUP spokesperson, Joel Ssenyonyi said having successfully concluded the first part of the mobilization tour, they will soon again hit the ground running with the second phase.
“We believe phase number two, number three and the others will be bigger and better. Soon we shall unveil the district we shall go to in the next phase,” Ssenyonyi said.
A statement by the deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj Gen Geoffrey Katsigazi Tumusiime indicated that Kyagulanyi and his NUP supporters had disregarded a number of guidelines provided to them by police.
“While we completely support the right of individuals, groups and other citizens to peacefully gather or assemble, and make their views on matters of public policy, we have noticed that, in all areas where the NUP mobilization activities have been carried out, there have been total breaches to the guidelines,” Maj Gen Katsigazi said.
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