It was once again a show of crowds as opposition leader Kizza Besigye entered Mbarara town on Monday.
There was, however, a scuffle as police tried to disperse Besigye’s supporters who swam his vehicle and led a procession across the town.
Police armed with black mambas moved in forcefully sparking off running battles with the crowd.
Besigye is headed for Kabale where he is expected to attend a court session tomorrow alongside Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago.
In September last year, Kabale Chief Magistrate, Agatonica Mbabazi issued arrest warrants for political activists in the For God and my Country (4GC) activism group.
The magistrate issued the warrants after Besigye and Lukwago failed to show up in court for a third time.
Other suspects affected by the warrants are FDC women league leader Ingrid Turinawe and Rukungiri Municipality MP Roland Mugume.
The activists are charged with inciting violence at a rally in Kabale Municipality stadium in 2012.
Prosecution claims Besigye and others injured four police officers and vandalized three police vehicles.
Their sureties include Kabale FDC Chairperson Lydia Turyahumura, Kabale Municipality Mayor Pius Ruhemurana, Kabale Central Division chairperson Sentaro Byamugisha and Kabale Central Division Speaker Julis Tituryebwa.