There were scenes of chaos outside the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights in Kampala when the military police reportedly descended on some journalists who had gone to cover the National Unity Platform President Robert Kyagulanyi presenting his petition.
Kyagulanyi scheduled today to present a petition to the UN High Commission for
Human Rights over the continued abduction of his supporters across the country
and police had earlier said that the UN office was only expecting three people
to accompany Kyagulanyi to the venue, a directive he defied.
He arrived at the UN offices few minutes to 1 p.m, and of all the cars that were following him, only his was allowed access, before military police descended on Derrick Nyeko, the Makindye East MP-elect, shuttering all but one of his car windscreens. Hon. Nyeko speaking…..
The journalists then camped just behind the human blockade waiting for Kyagulanyi to leave the building which was quite some distance from where they were before an NTV journalist, John Cliff Wamala hit on the head among other media people under what turned to be a forceful orders against those intending to accompany Kyagulamyi. END