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Minister Nabakooba condemns acts of violence during ‘Free Bobi Wine protests’, asks public to support police in identifying suspects

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Following yesterday’s free Bobi Wine protests that paralysed business in the city centre and led to the death of seven people, the Minister for ICT and Information has issued a statement condemning the acts of violence that transpired.

Hon. Nabakooba also asked the youth to desist from riots and warned that the death toll could increase.  

“I would like to condemn in the strongest way these unfortunate incidences. Starting fire in the middle of the road, looting attacking others because of different political ideologies is wrong and should be condemned by everyone,” stated Hon. Nabakooba.

She also singled out Presidential candidates President Museveni and Gen. Mugisha Muntu for restraining the public against public crowding.

Minister Nabakooba also informed the public how it’s everyone’s responsibility to prevent the spread of Covid -19 and reminded the public how the campaign period is less than two months for people to give up on the fight against Covid 19.  



Source – Matooke Republic

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