Member of Parliament, Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine, tussling it out with Police during the 'this tax must go' peaceful demonstration.

The health situation of Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi is reportedly deteriorating and more medical attention is being administered.

According to knowledgeable sources, Mr Kyagulanyi hasn’t received the medical attention he deserves ever since he was beaten by Special Forces soldiers.
This confirms, what Bugiri Municipality legislator who doubles as his lawyer told the press yesterday that Mr. Kyagulanyi cannot stand or sit on his own as he was in pain.

Meanwhile as security and forces struggle to explain what exactly happen as it has emerged that indeed, the late Yasiin Kawuma, the driver to Kyagulanyi was reportedly shot while in the vehicle at the parking lot of the hotel which is contrary to what President Museveni said that he was shot because he involved in pelting his vehicle.

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Eagle Online has established that Mityana Municipality MP, Francis Zaake, has been taken to Rubaga Hospital by the army for treatment as his health as well deteriorated.
Police has heavily deployed in Kamwokya to curtail sporadic protests demanding for unconditional release of self-proclaimed Ghetto president.

Kyagulanyi was on Monday night smoked out of a hotel ceiling arrested along with Mityana Municipality MP Francis Zaake, Ntungamo Municipality MP Gerald Karuhanga, Jinja East MP Paul Mwiru, and former MP Michael Mabikke, Fred Nyanzi, Candidate Kassiano Wadri, journalists and others over allegations of smashing president’s car screen on Monday.

Appearing before Gulu General Court Martial Kyagulanyi who was unable to stand nor walk, was charged with illegal possession of firearms and rounds of ammunitions that were allegedly recovered in his hotel room in Arua and was remanded for one in Makindye military detention facility.

Yesterday, the group stayed protests in Kamwonkya however police manned them down and a number of arrested were made.

However today they regrouped and blocked old Kira road to and from Kampala chanting ‘Free Bobi Wine’ as they moved on streets.
Eagle Online, could not reach Brig. Richard Kalemire the army Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces Spokesperson as his phone indicated that all in-coming calls had been barred.