There was drama on Monday afternoon after unidentified people dropped 3 piglets along near Uganda House along Kampala road.
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However, in the box was a document written by the Jobless Brotherhood, boasting of having dropped the piglets as one of the indicators that they have resumed their activities.
“We have resolved to break our docile hopeless hope in the loudly enchanted vision 2034 with ambiguous promises that can only be taken by idiots,” reads part of the document by the activists who have been holding protests to pressure government to increase employment opportunities for the rich.
According to the jobless brotherhood, they have tried all possible means to get employment but all in vain at the expense of government which they blame turning a blind eye on their call.
“We have screamed to the authorities about our fate and our children but all in vain,” said the Jobless Brotherhood in the document.
Meanwhile police led by CPS OC Amon Baguma swung into action and whisked away the piglets.
Youth activists Norman Tumuhimbise and Robert Mayanja who made headlines last year after smuggling two yellow-painted pigs into Parliament compound were briefly sent to Luzira on charges of criminal trespass, interrupting proceedings of Parliament and conspiracy to commit a misdemeanour.
Police feared the youth’s action could encourage more acts of defiance thus cultivating a fertile ground for violence.
Police are yet to hold suspects in this case.President Yoweri Museveni has laid a wreath at the grave of the late Janani Jakaliya Luwum, viagra http://cnafinance.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/3rd-party/3rd-party.php former Archbishop of the Province of the Church of Uganda, sick Rwanda, erectile Burundi and Boga Zaire (DR Congo).
This was during events to mark the inaugural national celebration to recognise St. Janani Luwum’s contribution to the fight against Idi Amin’s tyranny that kicked off at 10:30 this morning.
The celebrations are taking place in a village called Mucwini 16 kms out of Kitgum town celebrate the tragic day of February 16, 1977 that from this year becomes a ‘special’ celebration with the establishment of St Janani Luwum Memorial Charity aimed at preparing the annual event.
The Archbishop of York Dr. John Sentamu pledged to build a Mausoleum over the grave.
Luwum was the second Ugandan Archbishop of the Province and is one of the 20th Century martyrs in the Anglican Church.