Youth activists attached to the Jobless Brotherhood have vowed to dump more pigs at Parliament after two colleagues are denied bail in Jinja.
The Chief Magistrates’ Court in Jinja yesterday denied bail to two youths under the Jobless Brotherhood movement who were arrested on Sunday following an appearance on a radio talk show in Jinja.
Jobless brotherhood leader Jordan Tumuhimbise criticised the Speaker of Parliament’s decision of insisting on their detention.
“We are not going to be moved by their intimidation, we are still dropping more pigs as longs parliamentarian don’t act what they are meant to do,” said Tumuhimbise.
Their arrest was allegedly ordered by the Jinja Deputy RDC Erik Sakwa.
The group has previously dumped piglets at Parliament in protest of unemployment and more recently, the decision by MPs to ask for more car grants.
VIDEO: Jinja Court yesterday denied bail to two youths under the Jobless Brotherhood who were arrested for appearing on a radio talk show. pic.twitter.com/uRMRflxT8T
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