Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] Women League activists have raided police headquarters in Naguru.
The activists are led by their Chairperson, Hon. Winnie Kiiza, and other Women activists.
In Naguru, they demanded to meet the police chief, Kale Kayihura, without fail.
“They say they either meet him or they don’t they don’t leave,” FDC MP Hon Harold Kaija said in a social media statement.
The storming of police headquarters comes after women led by FDC secretary for mobilisation, Ingrid Turinawe, tried to petition parliament against police brutality.
They were protesting the undressing of their colleague and secretary for Environment, Fatuma Naigaga, during a brutal arrest.
They were, however, chocked with teargas and sieged at 4GC offices in Nakasero.
Sources in FDC tell us Kayihura is reportedly “begging” Zaina Fatuma to accept a Shs 40m “compensation” to forget the nasty business.
We can’t independently verify the claim.
However, it is said the police chief has been busy sending Sheikhs and even FDC MPs to pressurise Fatuma so she can meet him.
Unfortunately, the 27 year-old turned down the offer and even insisted on making a statement in the presence of her lawyers.
She is expected to record a statement Friday in the office of Ladislaus Rwakafuzi, her lawyer.
Meanwhile, the United Nations has developed interest in the case and intends to pursue it to the final letter.