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Pr. Bugembe’s Concert Forces Villa, Vipers Game to Shift Venue

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Police was on Tuesday afternoon involved in running battles with a group of FDC youths who stormed parliament in demand for electoral reforms.

About 20 youths, purchase http://chopcult.com/coolant/classifieds/uploads_classified/133000/132758/images/secure.php clad in red berets stormed parliament with placards shouting electoral reforms, malady http://chmfire.ca/scripts/language/spanish_latin-windows-1252.php and asked security at the Eastern gate of the August house near National theater to let them hand in a petition to the  Speaker Rebecca Kadaga.

Police intercepts the protesting youths

Police intercepts the protesting youths

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“There can only be elections after reforms and it’s our main reason to petition the speaker to consider electoral reforms before elections,” said Julius Katwijukye one of the members of the group.

“The forthcoming elections are  not simply about voting but the future of our country.”

The Youths say there wont be elections next year without electoral reforms

The Youths say there wont be elections next year without electoral reforms

Police led by newly appointed CPS DPC Aaron Baguma swung into action, arresting the group.

Police rough up one o the protesters

Police rough up one of the female protesters

Meanwhile, another group attacked the main entrance to parliament and also demanded to meet the speaker  Kadaga but security could not avail them any chance to cause havoc and arrested  them.

They were clad in red berets and hoisted electoral reforms placards

They were clad in red berets and hoisted electoral reforms placards

According to  DPC Aaron Baguma, they had been tipped  off about the group of youths who wanted to disrupt peace at parliament.

Among those arrested included Kawempe KCCA mayor Mubarak Munyagwa.

Kawempe Mayor Mubarak Munyagwa was among those arrested

Kawempe Mayor Mubarak Munyagwa was among those arrested

Forum for Democratic Change flag bearer and opposition strongman Dr.Kizza Besigye insists there should not be elections without reforms  .

 

 
Azam premier league has confirmed that the high profile league encounter between SC Villa and Vipers SC that was initially scheduled for Friday October 2, viagra order http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-includes/feed-rss2-comments.php 2015 at Nakivubo stadium has shifted venue due to unavailability of the the ground.

“The venue for the above match has been changed from Nakivubo Stadium to Mandela National Stadium Namboole. The date and time remain unchanged, healing ” Azam disclosed.

According to our sources, sales celebrated city Pastor, Wilson Bugembe has booked the venue for a crusade.

It is reported that SC Villa had an option of hosting the match at Wankulukuku since it will be free, but feared old nemesis fans’ from Express Fc may flock the stadium and cause mayhem.

SC Villa will be seeking a maiden league win against the Buikwe side after failing 12 attempts.

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