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As we write this the battle is raging on as opposition supporters pelt stones at police.
Moses Byamugisha, a member of FDC youth wing has confirmed the fighting.
“Police have locked us using police vehicles,the fight has opened up between police and the public,” says Byamugisha.
This is the second day of A4C campaign in western Uganda.
Police yesterday used teargas to disperse crowds in Mbarara town shortly after the activists’ political assembly.
A4C is on a countrywide campaign, appealing to the masses to rise up and cause regime change.
Police has since ensured the rallies are smashed; fearing opposition intends to incite violence and encourage civil disobedience acts with the view of making Uganda ungovernable thus ousting government from power.