Police has allowed former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential candidate Kizza Besigye to attend weekly party prayers held every Tuesday.
The party launched a “Free my Vote” campaign that includes praying every Tuesday around the country from the different party offices in their struggle for change.
In the morning, Besigye met Kampala North Regional Police Commander (RPC) Wesley Nganizi in a bid to reach a consensus as far as the opposition leader’s movements are concerned.
FDC supporters said the meeting was meant to convince Besigye to follow the traffic guidelines having been arrested at Mulago last time for defying police.
He was then allowed to leave his Kasangati home and head to the Party offices in Najjanankumbi.
This time round, Besigye headed police advice and followed the designated roads.
From Kasangati, Besigye diverted at Kitetikka and took Kyanja road.
He connected to Kisaasi and dropped in Bukoto.
Police then told him to take Kira road, Lugogo bypass, Jinja road and Mukwano road.
He then connected to Nsambya traffic lights and took Entebbe road up to Najjanankumbi.
Police has since released Besigye from months of house arrest.