Buganda Road court has asked two youth who belong to the jobless brother-hood to prepare their defence for taking two yellow painted pigs to parliament last year.
This was after Buganda Road Court presided over by grade one Magistrate Moses Nabende found the two youth; Norman Tumuhimbise and Robert Mayanja with a case to answer.
Magistrate Nabende said the two will be required to start their defence on August 9 when they will re-appear in court.
After the incident that took the country unaware, the two youth were arrested and charged with criminal trespass and interrupting parliamentary proceedings.
They were remanded to Luzira Prison but later released on bail.
After court proceedings on Tuesday, their lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde said they had applied to have the magistrate visit the scene of crime (parliament) to assess the situation so as to have an objective trial and judgment.