During their meeting at Besigye’s home in Kasangati, order http://clermontraces.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/product.photocrati_nextgen.php Wakiso on Friday, opposition chiefs agreed to resume the walk-to-work campaign starting November 31.
“There is no doubt on Monday I will be walking to work like any other Ugandan,” Besigye said on the sidelines of the meeting.
Led by Col. Kizza Besigye, the defiant leaders will walk from different parts of the city to move crowds into action.
A source says most leaders were reluctant to participate in the recent political activities for fear of losing support of the electorate in case the protests turned rowdy.
On October 17, over 30 students were rushed to Mulago referral hosital after police recklessly hurled a tear gas canister into the school compund as kids sat for their exams.
The students were later discharged with no major injuries. Police has since apologised for the ghastly incident.
Opposition leaders say during Museveni’s guerilla war in Luweero triangle, they never had any consideration for ‘Examination weeks.’