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“I will keep walking to work. That’s is an inherent right, it’s not granted by the state,” Besigye charged, attracting applause from his supporters.
Besigye said he will continue walking until government stems the rising cost of living and finds a long lasting solution to corruption.
At the police station, Kampala Metropolitan North Police commander Sam Omala and his boss Andrew Kaweesi were present as Besigye was being released.
They warned him of being re-arrested once he defied the police orders. “You must stop your sturbboness. If you can not drive to work then stay at home because you cause commotion when you walk,” Kaweesi told Besigye after over eight hours of detention.
“We can not allow you to walk because you disrupt public order. Your supporters go along the streets looting and causng destruction of property,” Kaweesi added.
But Besigye said come rain or shine, he will not stop the civil disobedience campaign against Museveni.
He called on his supporters to continue walking to work, a new political campaign police boss Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura believes is aimed at overthrowing President Yoweri Museveni.