National Unity Platform leader Robert Kyagulanyi Wednesday delivered his complaint against the grave human rights violations that are on the increase in Uganda.
More specifically, he is complaining against the rampant abductions of over 3000 Ugandans simply because they support him.
Before heading to the Human Rights office, several mothers and relatives of the abducted comrades joined him in addressing a press conference at NUP office in Kamwokya.
“To expose himself as the brutal military dictator that he is, Museveni’s military waited for us at the UN Human Rights office and unleashed incredible violence on the people who went with me, especially the journalists,” Bobi Wine said afterwards.
“We were not more than 25 people, but a military police officer gave orders and they started beating up everyone without mercy.”
Many of the journalists sustained grave injuries.
They also attacked and beat up elected leaders including Hon. Nyeko Derrick and Hon. Aloysious Mukasa.
“Right outside the office of UN Human Rights!The dictator, like all those who came before him continues to expose himself to the world for who he is.”