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stomach geneva;”>A4C, according to insiders, intends to trigger chaos in Kampala not only to attract attention of thousands of international delegates but also expose the alleged police brutality.
“We shall use all the means at our disposal including use of stones to provoke security forces to show the world how President Museveni and his security chiefs have crushed popular dissent in Uganda. We want delegates to taste Museveni’s teargas,” a source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said.
This will be a very dangerous time considering that delegates will be rushing to Entebbe Airport for their return flights.
A similar scenario occurred last year when Besigye chose to return from a Nairobi Hospital on President Museveni’s inauguration day.
Traffic was paralysed along Entebbe Road for over eight hours as the opposition leader’s supporters battled security forces along the highway.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan’s convoy was stoned by Besigye’s supporters thus sparking a diplomatic rift between the two countries.
While IGP Lt. Gen. Kale Kayihura has insisted that no processions of Activists will be allowed in Kampala, A4C is reportedly planning to hold several of them in the heart of the city.
More information obtained indicates mobile groups of opposition youth will storm the city from different corners to stretch security forces.
The pressure group has for long been masterminding the riots that have shaken Buganda region.
A4C has invited members from the International Community, Human Rights Groups, religious groups, media houses, art groups, women and youth associations for the Kololo rally.
The theme of the function is “brutality of Uganda police under 26 years of Museveni.”
Testimonies of victims of alleged police brutality will be aired. Art and still pictures pinning security services in human rights violations will also be exhibited.