BOBI WINE TO FACE MILITARY COURT MARTIAL
Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi, who is popularly known as Bobi Wine, will today appear before the Army Court Martial in Gulu.
Yesterday First Deputy Prime Minister, General Moses Ali, told Parliament that Kyagulanyi was found in possession of a gun.
General Moses Ali told the House that Kyagulanyi was receiving treatment at the Military Hospital in Gulu.
The Minister's statement followed demands by Members of Parliament on the whereabouts of missing MPs.
General Ali said the others; MPs Gerald Karuhanga, Paul Mwiru, former MP Mike Mabikke and Arua Municipality MP candidate Kassiano Wadri are also in police custody and will appear in the Gulu Magistrates court today.
He said the MPs face tentative charges of obstructing the president's motorcade and inciting violence in Arua district.
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The MPs were arrested by the Special Forces Command-SFC soldiers after unidentified people believed to be supporters of Kasiano Wadri, allegedly pelted the President Museveni's convoy with stones.
Six MPs were selected by speaker Kadaga to travel to Gulu and attend the court martial hearing today.
They include Jacob Oboth Oboth, Allan Ssewanyana, Medard Ssegona, Andrew Barya-yanga, Dolly Amulle and Jovah Kamateeka.
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