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Besigye and Lukwago, who have been in detention for the last two days, were each granted a shs 20m non-cash bail at Buganda Road Court in Kampala.
Besigye and Lukwago meeting supporters after being granted bail
They were also instructed to reappear to court on December 11 to respond to charges of belonging to an unlawful assembly.
Prosecution said the pair participated in activities organised by an unlawful society (4GC) during a press conference held at Katonga on November 19.
However, as soon as they were released, the duo tried to drive through the central business area before being intercepted by Police around KPC Church.
Besigye smiles at Policemen after being re-arrested
Lukwago was bundled on a police pickup truck whi;e Besigye was forced into a waiting Police van and whisked to unknown destinations.
Police later said they had carried out a “preventive arrest” and drove the duo to their residences to avoid chaos in Kampala.
The former FDC leader disembarks a Police van at Buganda Road Court premises on Thursday afternoon
FDC supporters cheering on Besigye at Court
Besigye car being tightly-guarded at the court
Besigye and Lukwago in the dock
Police personnel block Besigye’s car at KPC