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Nsereko Threatens To Join Kampala Protests

cialis 40mg http://cosmoveda.de/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/admin/class-wc-admin-assets.php geneva;”>Nsereko told Chimpreports at his home in Old Kampala he expected to “come on board” before the end of this week.

“I am feeling sick. But when I fully recover, I will join the cause,” said Nsereko.

The legislator’s home was on Monday besieged by anti-riot police personnel following intelligence that he would participate in the demonstrations.

“These policemen should stop causing unnecessary drama at my residence. What are they doing here?” wondered Nsereko.

The MP has in the recent past mobilized his supporters against what he termed as “police harassment” and also addressed rallies in the city centre.

Police yesterday arrested opposition leader Col Kizza Besigye, Erias Lukwago and Hajji Munyagwa among others for “holding an illegal assembly” in Kampala.

Below are pictures of cops surrounding Nsereko’s home.

Mohammed Nsereko was on Monday blocked by police from leaving his home

Nsereko emerges out of his home after being told that it had been cordoned off by Police

Nsereko speaks to press at his plush mansion in Old Kampala

Nsereko did not drive outside his home

Police sealed off the controversial legislator’s home for the better part of the day

Journalists speak to police outside Nsereko’s home

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