Uganda police arrest half naked women activistsBy JOHN NJOROGE in Kampala | Monday, April 23 2012 at 12:29
Several women were on Monday morning arrested after stripping down to their bras at Kampala Central Police Station (CPS) as they protested the brutal manner in which
opposition Forum for Democratic Change Women’s League leader Ingrid Turinawe was arrested last Friday.
Ms Turinawe was assaulted on Friday as the police blocked a rally called by the opposition in Nansana, outside Kampala.
The women first held a press conference at Open House at Buganda Road in Kampala before marching to CPS while holding placards.
When they reached CPS, they stripped down to their bras, prompting the police to order them to leave the station.
They were arrested after they refused to heed to this call.
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