An assemblage of security forces and operatives early this morning were deployed heavily along the Hoima Road and nearby Nakulabye suburbs, ahead of the opposition Mega rally against the proposed 2017 Land reforms.
A squad of about 300 police officers made countless check points as they monitored the situation and what was transpiring at Nakulabye Market where the rally was held.
This successful campaign was organized the Lubaga North a constituency legislator Hon. Moses Kasibante who was accompanied by the dynamic team headlined by the Kasese district legislator who doubles as the Leader of Opposition in Parliament Hon. Winnie Kiiza, the Kampala City Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago, other dozens of legislators and civil society organizations that made the roads impassable as cars were seen stopping in the middle of the road to take a sip of the message packaged by the leaders.
Regardless of the fact the event was organized by opposition leaders, the rally ended up getting nonpartisan since it was about a common issue that affects the entire citizens as NRM members officials vividly condemned the law citing that its aimed and pushing Ugandans in unbearable poverty.
Lukwago’s personal assistant Mr. Mbabazi Deogratious opened up a toast togetherness, happiness and solidarity when he exposed an NRM supporter who was narrowly lynched for plucking Anti- Land Reforms campaign Posters pinned at the venue till when police came to his rescue.
Performances by Toka Kwa Barabara hit maker Adam Mulwana, Spark Ssebabi with his brand new Chairman song that disses the head of state, brought a new style of thrilled that kept smile on the people’s faces up to the end of the Campaign.
Though police deployed heavily, the rally was a success as parliamentarians were allowed to talk and dialogue freely with the people and this time round the DPC old Kampala played a great job in regard to security and Keeping Law and Order.