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Police okay Ken’s anti-tariffs demo

By Vision Reporter

Added 16th January 2004 03:00 AM

THE Police have given a nod to a demonstration organised by Lubaga South MP Ken Lukyamuzi over the recent power tariffs increment

THE Police have given a nod to a demonstration organised by Lubaga South MP Ken Lukyamuzi over the recent power tariffs increment

THE Police have given a nod to a demonstration organised by Lubaga South MP Ken Lukyamuzi over the recent power tariffs increment, reports Henry Mukasa.

The Police, however, gave the legislator stringent guidelines to follow.
According to a letter written by the deputy Inspector General of Police, Julius Odwe, only those concerned about the subject matter must attend the demonstration.

“Should the process of demonstration before or during the execution appear to or degenerate into a breach of law, you and the key organisers may be stopped from making further arrangement or later arrested and prosecuted for the offence that may be as a result,” Odwe warned in the January 14 letter.
He did not specify what the Police might interpret as breach of law.
Lukyamuzi said the demonstration would start at the Constitutional Square on Kampala Road to Amber House, where the Ministry of Energy is housed.

He said it would take the Parliamentary Road uphill to Speke Road and back to the Constitutional Square, where the MP would address a rally.

Police okay Ken’s anti-tariffs demo

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