Kampala Alternative Youth Activists Arrested For Protesting Against Corruption

Police have arrested over twenty youth activists who have been demonstrating this morning on streets of Kampala against the increasing corruption cases in the country.
The campaign dubbed; “The real anti-corruption walk” was part of the launched black Monday, a citizen led campaign to fight against corruption.
The youth have been demonstrating while giving out black Monday flyers which portray different corruption scandals and government officials involved in these corruption cases.
The group led by the alternative social movement, Uganda poor youth movement and Red top brigade was takes to CPS.
Later on, the Alternative National Coordinator Norman Tumuhimbise released a statement condemning the police’s action of arresting the youth who were protesting a rampant open corruption in public offices. ’We shall the police to immediately release our members so that they can go back to their work and fight corruption in Uganda’ ’he said.

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