Why the arrested women sang ‘ekitibwa kya buganda’ in prison?
*Stop breaking the law in Buganda’s name * Last updated on 2010-01-21 “They came one-by-one, beat the unsuspecting police at their game and entered the premises of the Electoral Commission as regular visitors and then started pulling out their black shirts for adornment. Others jumped over a short fence and sat themselves in the green.It was then the police who became suspicious. On questioning, the women commanded by one Ingrid Turinawe were found not to be women for peace as their black T-Shirts read. According to the Director of Police Operations, Grace Turyagumanawe, the women did not have permission to demonstrate at the EC office. ‘We tried to ask them kindly to leave but they refused so we deployed police to get them away’. When they resisted, they were arrested and taken to the Central Police station (CPS). And it is here where our concern comes in. A few hours later, FDC leader Kiiza Besigye paid the women in black a visit at the CPS. And as soon as he entered the women stood