ENTEBBE – Entebbe Police has charged and released on bail Ingrid Turinawe, the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party Chief Mobilizer two days after her arrest from Kisubi Brother’s University.
Turinawe according to police has been charged with inciting violence. Ingrid was picked up when she went to Kisubi Brother’s University on Sunday during the polls for the new leadership of Uganda National Students Assembly-UNSA.
Information obtained by this website indicated that Ingrid had gone to pick up her son, T. Bayern Turiwane who was contesting for the post of speaker.
She was however intercepted by a team of police officers led by the Entebbe Division Police Commander Baker Kawonawo, who arrested her on suspicion that she wanted to interfere with the polls.
She was later dragged to Entebbe police station where she was locked up till Tuesday December 24th.
The FDC chief mobiliser will re-appear at Entebbe police on 4th January 2020.
Kampala lord mayor Ssalongo Elias Lukwago and the Rukungiri municipality legislator Lowland Mugume Kaginda stood surety to secure her a bail.
Shortly after securing a bail, Ingrid Turinawe vowed to continue the struggle until democracy is attained in the country.