Mukono voters have tasked Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga to produce a bill for compensation of all materials damaged in the house for Mukono municipality legislator Hon. Betty Nambooze Bakireke for them to mobilize funds and meet her costs.
The voters say that its their manadate to fundraise for Nambooze immedaitly if Kadaga informs her how much she has to pay according to damage caused in parliament.
While speaking to journalists at Nakabago vilage found in Mukono municipality Lukuman Ssegayi said that Nambooze was raising the voice of her voters who sent her to parliament to expose bad rule of NRM government.
Ssegayi narrates as people in Mukono municipality they cannot just seat and watch when Kadaga want to surffocate the voices of Mukono electorates by terrorizing their area member of parliament.
In the same way they’ve tasked police and government to produce clear reports on the ongoing explosions cited at now three opposition members of parliament residences.
But as they moved out, Namboole narrates: “As soon as I reached at the door, I was grabbed and thrown down in the lobby. I and Kasibante were held hostage there.”
Currently Mukono municipality member of parliament Betty Nambooze Bakireke she is still nursing injuries in hospital caused on her by security organs who invaded Ugandan parliament on 27th, of September.
On her sick bed she narrates what happened to her:
A few minutes at the lobby, another MP Francis Zaake who was – Just as he confessed – strongly pummeled by Gen. Katumba Wamala, was “brought in a bad situation.”
Nambooze and Kasibante pleaded with security personnel to allow “them assist Zaake.”
The officers agreed.
After doing basic first aid, they (Nambooze and Kasibante) decided to take him to hospital.
But as they moved out, they met Kampala Metropolitan Police commander Frank Mwesigwa, who said: “these people are escaping … get them … get them. Go back.”
At that point, Nambooze, says “when we turned to go back, people came and grabbed me from the back. I don’t know what happened to Kasibante after or Zaake, only that I remember people pulling me and taking me. They threw a cloth on me.”
In another absurd incident, when a journalist, on seeing security officials taking away Nambooze, he came to photograph the moment. He regretted his decision.
“It was only one journalist who saw that I was being kidnapped, but when he came to take the photo, a man came from behind and kicked him in the chest,” Namboole says.
“And they dragged me into the basement.”
From that point, police, she adds, held her ‘Kandoya style” and “started manipulating my body.”
She adds: “One of the people pushed his knee into my back. I became unconscious. I was also pressed hard on the lower abdomen.”
According to Nambooze, the people who tortured her “were dressed like women, but I suspect some must have been men dressed like women.”
And during the torture, she wasn’t “beaten” or “boxed”or “slapped”. She was only “manipulated.”
“They know those positions that can give you a lot of pain,” she confessed.
“I could not even cry because of the way I had been held.”