PHOTOS: Besigye, Lukwago Arrested As Teargas Rocks Kampala

viagra sale geneva;”>Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has fainted shortly after arriving at Metropole Hotel to face the tribunal. Now being rushed to hospital.

Chimp Corp Badru Afunadula says scores of heavily-armed anti-riot police have tightened security at CPS

Three reportedly injured as police battle Lukwago/Besigye supporters in Kampala

Police use teargas to disperse crowd accompanying Mayor Lukwago to Kampala. Lukwago forced in security van

Teargas now spreads to CPS as youth try to resit detention of suspect picked from Kisekka

Chimp Corp Michael Nteza says “Kisekka area is real battle field. The place looks like like a real war zone”

Traffic & business at standstill as teargas rocks Kisekka market

Besigye was intercepted by security agents as he sneaked to Kisekka market to address a public rally

Dr Kizza Besigye arrested. He is currently detained at Kampala Central Police Station

Reports that Dr Kizza Besigye will join Lukwago on his way to Metropole have excited the youth

The rioters are accusing government of harassing Lukwago yet “we are the ones who elected him”

Lukwago is being escorted to Metropole Hotel by police personnel under command of officer Sam Omara

Anti-riot police are currently battling riotous youths in Kisekka market. Traders have closed their shops

Police have fired teargas to disperse a crowd of Uganda Young Democrats (UYD) who had gathered at their offices at London Chambers in Kampala.

The youth on Tuesday said they would protest against the formation of a tribunal to investigate claims that Mayor Erias Lukwago’s conduct has sabotaged public service delivery at the Kampala City Council Authority.

Youth are currently in running battles with Police.

As we post this, Lukwago is being escorted by police trucks as he travels from his home in Wakaligga, Rubaga Division to Metropole Hotel where he is expected to appear before the tribunal.

Lukwago is being accompanied by hundreds of supporters including MPs Mathias Mpuuga, Betty Nambooze and Moses Kasibante.

Security remains tense with heavy police deployment in the city.


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