DP Faults Security Over Blocked Meeting in Omoro.

The Democratic Party (DP) has faulted security for blocking their meeting with her party structures in Omoro district.
The security team led by the Acting Omoro District Police Commander, Esiru and District Internal Security Officer (DISO), David Asiu on Thursday August 8th blocked the meeting on grounds that it was illegal.
The meeting was scheduled to take place at the Omoro district council hall in Lalogi Sub County.
It was to be addressed by the DP party national leadership including President General Norbert Mao, Secretary General Gerald Siranda, National Chairman Mayambala Kiwanuka, National Youth Leader Christopher Okidi, National Youth and Women Secretaries Rita Nakyanzi and Franchesca Amony respectively.
Siranda Gerald Blacks, the DP Secretary General says the party leadership are on a two weeks multi-layered tour intended to listen to her branches, build consensus around certain issues, and build capacity of her structures for leadership and mobilization in the run up to the 2021 elections.
In a Sunday press release, Siranda says the security officials also assaulted the DP National Youth Leader, Christopher Okidi while trying to explain to them the reasons for the meeting.
He added that police tactically delayed the meeting up to 4:00 p.m well aware that the venue was supposed to be closed by 5:00 p.m making it to flop.
Siranda described the security behavior as in bad faith, unconstitutional and confirms the popular view that Uganda Police is partisan and that security agencies are part of a complex network of President Museveni`s patronage.
‘’this behavior of police is in bad faith, unconstitutional and confirms the popular view that Uganda Police is partisan and that security agencies are part of a complex network of President Museveni`s patronage.’’ The statement reads.
The party has equally threatened to take a stand firm by individually prosecuting errant police and security officials involved in hooliganism with the coming into force of the Human Rights Enforcement Act of 2019.
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