Teargas day out: Amuriat braves bullets to buy a chapatti

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Wednesday was a teargas-flavoured day out for Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat.

Joseph Bakaleke, former DPC of Central Police Station (CPS) was on rampage again.

He pepper-sprayed the villager in the eyes at Bweyale-Kiryandongo district.

With a face mask and jacket on, he thought he had hidden his identity, FDC said.

“Joseph forgets that just like his colleagues in Uniform, he badly needs to be liberated.”

Bweyale has always been home to the FDC and change.

Amidst teargas, pepper and bullets, the resilient people of the area walked along with and jubilated the villager’s arrival.

This year’s “selection” misinterpreted for an election is continuous demonstration to dictator Museveni that he is only living on borrowed time and will surely be evacuated, Amuriat said.

Amidst teargas and bullets at Kiryandongo Town Council, barefooted POA walked out of his car to buy a chapatti.

Amuriat walks out of his car to buy a chapatti

“Ours is a common man’s Revolution and we shall never give up until our country is liberated.”

After campaigning at Kyongoyoma Pakanyi Sub County, he made a stopover at Kabango -Kinyara Town Council in Masindi District.

In Masindi Municipality, police and UPDF fired live bullets to disperse supporters who had come to listen to him.

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