October 22, 2020
October 22, 2020

Court issues criminal summons against two of the “Real anti-Corruption Walk” activists


By Mukose Arnold Anthony
Buganda Road Court Magistrate Marion Mangen has Thursday morning issued criminal summons for A-5 and A-6 who failed to turn up in time at court for mentioning.
According to Counsel Eron Kiiza and Tegule Gawaya, told court that, Ssemwanga Jackson and Yiga Muzafalu all residents of Bulagga on Mityana Road in Wakiso were allegedly still held  up in traffic jam.
The duo are among the six in the second group of the “Real anti-corruption Walk” activists who together with others stormed Kampala streets on January 13, 2020 in a presidential mockery protest.
This was a joint activity between The Alternative Social Movement, Uganda Poor Youth Movement and the Redtop Brigade
It should be recalled that, on December 4, 2019, president Museveni led a group of government and some Ugandans in a dubbed anti-corruption walk, an act most Ugandans claimed to be a corruption walk and it was upon this background that these activists stormed the streets allegedly depicting what real anti-corruption walk would have been.
The matter has however been adjourned to March 20 2020 and prosecutor in his absence has been ordered to disclose all the evidence to be used in the prosecution of the matter.
Nakiyemba Joan, Faridah Bikobere, Kemigisha Sharon, Mukooli Saad, Ssemwanga Jackson, Yiga Muzafalu and Lutta Ferdinand make up the second group of the accused.
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