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Museveni Should be Charged With Treason Not Me – Besigye

Col Kizza Besigye addressing press at his house in Kasangati on Monday (Photo by Kenneth Kazibwe)

Former presidential candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye on Monday afternoon addressed members of the press with a stern admonition of President Yoweri Museveni and the NRM regime for the manner in which he has been treated.

Besigye returned from abroad where he sent just over one month, treatment http://daiviet.us/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php only to be arrested at Entebbe International Airport.

He said he was grabbed by “military men who came dressed in the uniform of the Civil Aviation Authority.”

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“As soon as I arrived… the goons were waiting at the steps of the plane; this time putting on Uniform of CAA. You can imagine the death of our institutions. They literally lifted me from the aircraft and the vehicle they placed me was also CAA’s, http://classlitigation.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php ” Besigye told press.

From here he says he was taken to the old airport where he was handed to the police that convoyed through marrum roads all the way to his House at Kasangati.

Besigye, http://clicknbuy.tk/wp-includes/class-wp-oembed-controller.php who did not divulge the nitty gritties of his weeks in Europe and the United States, said that President Museveni, and not him, should be facing Treason charges in court.

“Since the election, our country is a stalemate because the people of Uganda made it clear as to who should lead them; which choice has been fought by force of arms,” he said.

“Anybody who cares about this country knows that the people who are committing treason are Museveni and his group, because they are using guns to suppress the will of the people and to establish an administration contrary to the will of the people of Uganda.  Its is not me who is committing treason; I have never held guns”

Besigye, who is charged with Treason for declaring himself winner of the February Presidential elections, is expected to resume his appearing before the Kampala High Court as per the conditions of his bail.

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