“Is it a wrongdoing to be an Ugandan in Uganda?” – Activist Stella Nyanzi shouts out after she was captured by equipped officials

 

Ugandan teacher and extremist, Dr Stella Nyanzi who is trying to become Kampala Woman Member of Parliament has been captured at the Uganda-Kenya outskirt in Busia town.

It was accumulated that Dr Nyanzi had crossed the fringe to Kenya through a permeable outskirt point.

On her way back to Uganda with her political partner and picture taker at around 9 pm on Saturday, September 19, she was blocked at a gas station by a joined security group including the military, the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence, police and other security organizations.

“Is it a wrongdoing to be an Ugandan in Uganda?” – Activist Stella Nyanzi shouts out after she was captured by outfitted officials

Taking to her authority Facebook page on Sunday morning, Dr Nyanzi said she went through the night in prison and scrutinized the purpose behind her capture,

“I am back in Uganda. In the wake of getting into my nation with my political associate, my picture taker and my driver, we crossed the Busia outskirt and went to gather our vehicle that was left at the Shell Petrol Station.

I immediately got into the vehicle. A man wearing layer, caught us, rejected my group to enter the vehicle, taken steps to take shots at us in the event that we drove the vehicle away and, at that point obstructed our exit with his vehicle (number plate UBF398P). He is equipped with a gun in the pockets of his shorts. He is undermining us with capture.

I can’t help thinking about why these military young men imagine that they can menace us in our nation. Yoweri Museveni crossed our outskirt and went to another nation. Nothing was done to him by men with firearms upon section. What have we fouled up?

Update following thirty minutes:

A vehicle loaded with enormous men with stomachs in layer, flimsy dark outfitted LDUs conveying AK47s and four military police officers wearing military cover have now encircled my vehicle. They are yelling at me to escape the vehicle. I have yelled back at them to ask what I have fouled up. I advised them that I am an Ugandan in Uganda and this isn’t a wrongdoing. They are blaming me for being an Ugandan who has returned Uganda from Kenya. For what reason didn’t they catch tyrant Yoweri Museveni and blame him for reemerging Uganda from Tanzania prior this week?

Second update:

The outfitted men have constrained my vehicle boot open. They are requesting me to drive with them to the police headquarters in Busia. I have disclosed to them that I don’t drive due to my unexpected frailty. I have additionally advised them to carry a police officer with her distinguishing proof, wearing a cover, sterilized hands and that she should rehearse social separation when she is with me. They yelled back at me and are counseling among themselves.

Was despot Museveni undermined and hailed by furnished men who broke into his vehicle when he got back to Uganda from Tanzania prior this week? For what reason should a crowd of unidentified men with firearms come without a solitary police officer to capture me? For what reason would it be advisable for them to carry all their warped penises outfitted with a wide range of firearms to capture a solitary vagina? What wrongdoing have I submitted? I am an Ugandan in Uganda. Is this a wrongdoing?

“Is it a wrongdoing to be an Ugandan in Uganda?” – Activist Stella Nyanzi shouts out after she was captured by furnished officers”Is it a wrongdoing to be an Ugandan in Uganda?” – Activist Stella Nyanzi shouts out after she was captured by equipped officers”Is it a wrongdoing to be an Ugandan in Uganda?” – Activist Stella Nyanzi shouts out after she was captured by outfitted officials

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