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Francis Mwijukye

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Uganda and Commander

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iKnow Uganda - News Details

www.iknowuganda.com [cached]

Mr Francis Mwijukye, who was attending the swearing in of Mukono North Member of Parliament, was whisked away by police but released later after he was cautioned at Jinja Road Police Station.
Deputy Police spokesman, Mr Vincent Ssekate, said "he (Mwijukye) was disrupting traffic flow that is why we arrested him but he has been cautioned and released. Mr Mwijukye said he was just celebrating MP Betty Nambooze's swearing in when the policemen arrested him on claims that he was troublesome. According to the petition dated March1 and signed by Youth Right coordinator, Mr Francis Mwijukye, the President of Uganda and Commander in Chief of armed forces Mr Yoweri Museveni, the Inspector General of Police Maj. Mr Mwijukye said.


www.monitor.co.ug

Mr Francis Mwijukye, who was attending the swearing in of Mukono North Member of Parliament, was whisked away by police but released later after he was cautioned at Jinja Road Police Station.
Deputy Police spokesman, Mr Vincent Ssekate, said "he (Mwijukye) was disrupting traffic flow that is why we arrested him but he has been cautioned and released. Mr Mwijukye said he was just celebrating MP Betty Nambooze's swearing in when the policemen arrested him on claims that he was troublesome. According to the petition dated March1 and signed by Youth Right coordinator, Mr Francis Mwijukye, the President of Uganda and Commander in Chief of armed forces Mr Yoweri Museveni, the Inspector General of Police Maj. Mr Mwijukye said.


www.monitor.co.ug

According to the petition dated March1 and signed by Youth Right coordinator, Mr Francis Mwijukye, the President of Uganda and Commander in Chief of armed forces Mr Yoweri Museveni, the Inspector General of Police Maj.
Mr Mwijukye said.


iKnow Uganda - News Details

www.iknowuganda.com [cached]

According to the Youth Rights coordinator, Mr Francis Mwijukye, the summit is irrelevant to Ugandans since the organisation has failed to take any action against human rights abuse in Uganda despite their earlier petition to ICC demanding its intervention.
"We are going to organise a peaceful demonstration against the planned ICC conference because there is enough evidence to pin this government on human rights abuses but they (ICC) have remained silent," Mr Mwijukye told journalists in Kampala yesterday. The ICC conference will start today at Munyonyo in Kampala. The United Nations Secretary General, Mr Ban Ki-moon and over 1,500 delegates are expected to attend. Mr Mwijukye said: "We have tried to reach ICC but their response is hazy, which puts their reputation at stake.


www.nationaudio.com

According to the Youth Rights coordinator, Mr Francis Mwijukye, the summit is irrelevant to Ugandans since the organisation has failed to take any action against human rights abuse in Uganda despite their earlier petition to ICC demanding its intervention.
"We are going to organise a peaceful demonstration against the planned ICC conference because there is enough evidence to pin this government on human rights abuses but they (ICC) have remained silent," Mr Mwijukye told journalists in Kampala yesterday. The ICC conference will start today at Munyonyo in Kampala. The United Nations Secretary General, Mr Ban Ki-moon and over 1,500 delegates are expected to attend. Mr Mwijukye said: "We have tried to reach ICC but their response is hazy, which puts their reputation at stake.


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