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Besigye Storms Makerere Ahead Of January Revolution

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look http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-author-box-pro/includes/reduxframework/reduxcore/core/panel.php geneva;”>Makerere LC 5 Chairman Bernard Luyiga has confirmed there shall be a massive political rally at Nkrumah Grounds starting 1pm till 6pm to welcome FDC treason suspects from jail.

viagra 40mg geneva;”>FDC officials say Col. Besigye intends to rally University students across the country ahead of planned mssive riots which kick off in January.

Besigye is expected to renew the bloody walk-to-work riots shortly after the New Year’s Eve with the view of removing Museveni from power before 2016.

Top politicians expected to address the students’ rally include Walk-to-Work chairman Hon. Mathius Mpuuga, Ingrid Turinawe, MP Ibrahim Semujju Nganda and MP Odongo Otto.

Others include MPs Nandala Mafabi, Wiinie Kiiza, Muwanga Kivumbi, Wafula Oguutu, Abdu Katuntu, Cecillia Ogwal, Medard ssegona, Goeffrey Ekanya and DP Legal Advisor Mukasa Mbidde.

Others are Mohammed Nsereko and Gen. Mugisha Muntu. This will be the first time Besigye is leading a high-powered delegation of opposition honchos to boost the revolutionary morale among Makerere students.

BOILING POT

Makerere has of recent been a boiling pot for opposition activism.

Students at the campus led by deputy Guild President Doreen Nyanjura recently led protests demanding the release of treason suspects Ingrid Turinawe, Sam Mugumya and Francis Mwijukye.

Police had arrested the trio for conspiring to overthrow government using riots. They spent nearly two months at Luzira Prison on charges of treason.

Upon their release, Makerere opposition students jubilated, saying they had played a pivotal role in pressing Judiciary to release the suspects on bail.

The hearing of the suspects’ bail had been postponed several times as police asked for more time to complete investigations.

Today’s rally, according to Luyiga, will be dominated not only by colourful political rhetoric but also music performances by Sugar Rayz, Rehema Naava, Silver Ngoma and Joan Rukundo.

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