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Opposition are now grinning at the ‘twist of events to have the authors of the Public order Management Law being hunted under the same legislation they supported.’
“I am enjoying this drama. It can’t believe Mbabazi’s men being hunted down by police under the same law we told them was detestable,” said Jeema secretary general Omar Kalinge Nnyago.
“We told them it was a bad law, and they laughed. Now it’s beginning to hurt, and more is yet to come,” he noted during a public dialogue in Kampala on Thursday.
Earlier, former FDC president Col Kiiza Besigye had poked Mbabazi, who introduced the law on phone tapping, only for his private conversations with his wife to be tabled before the NRM caucus on Tuesday implicating him in undermining the party cohesion.
Mr Kalinge warned further of how these laws would soon turn against government itself:
“The only option that government has is to debunk this (Public Order) law. Otherwise political parties, civil society will be compelled to shut up and go underground.”
“This is already happening. Some people have disappeared from public space and are no longer talking a lot.
There’s a guerrilla plot taking root because of this law. Government should wait for repercussions.”