The two MPs, Mr Lee Oguzu (Maracha County) and Mr James Acidri (Maracha East) were arrested as after reporting to the regional police headquarters to have confiscated motorcycles of some youths released from the police. According to the West Nile Regional Police Commander, Mr Jonathan Musinguzi, the two MPs allegedly mobilized youths to beat up State Minister in office of the Vice President, Mr Alex Onzima.
By Felix Warom OkelloAdjumani — The Member of Parliament for Obongi County, Mr Hassan Kaps Fungaroo and three other Forum for Democratic Change party officials have been arrested by the police in Adjumani district. Fungaroo was arrested as he attempted to mobilise FDC officials at Pakelle Sub-county for the upcoming delegates conference.
ADJUMANI. The Member of Parliament for Obongi County, Mr Hassan Kaps Fungaroo and three other Forum for Democratic Change party officials have been arrested by the police in Adjumani district. Fungaroo was arrested as he attempted to mobilise FDC officials at Pakelle Sub-county for the upcoming delegates conference. "I was only mobilising the officials to prepare for our conference and in the process I also stopped to greet my brother but the police came and arrested me that I wanted to hold rally.
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