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NUP Women activist wanted for skipping Police Bond


The Uganda Police has launched a manhunt to a one Catherine Nabaganzi who reportedly skipped reporting back to it after securing a police bond over the incitement case she is battling with.
A warrant of arrest released by the Police Prosecutor at the Secondary Prosecutor’s Office in Kampala Opio Micheal directed all officers including police, directorate of citizens’ migration, and chieftaincy of military police and all district commanders to arrest the suspect upon sight.
“I, the undersigned, , Order the Judicial Agents to Search for and apprehend the named NABAGANZI CATHERINE of Sseguku Katale II parish Accused of Mobilizing Women groups to incite Public disorder and Violence around Katabi in Entebbe,” reads part of the warrant dated September 19, seen by this website.
“This is to inform all Sister Security Organs and all boarder post, not to allow the movement of the above-mentioned person,” it adds.
The case according to the warrant is a General Inquiry File: GEF KMP 373/2023.
Nabaganzi reportedly led a group of female activists to pin posters of Mr Robert Kyagulanyi the leader of the opposition National Unity Platform (NUP) on different buildings during the 2021 presidential election, without police notice which resulted into their arrest.

Kyagulanyi scored 3 million votes while his NRM counterpart Yoweri Museveni who won the highly contested polls, got 6 million votes.
Being the ring-leader in this action which police branded as inciting violence, Nabaganzi’s colleagues were screened out and set free, living her alone and police reportedly detained him for several days before releasing her on Police Bond.
“We expected to her to report to our station in July 2021 but to date we have never known her whereabout. Even her sureties are no where to be seen that is why we have launched a manhunt for all of them,” Luke Owoyesogyire, the deputy Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson told DaParrot yesterday.
This Website understands that several Ugandans especially supporters of NUP have suffered in the hands of security personell, majority who are being kidnapped and held incommunicado.
By the time of her disappearance, Nabaganzi was planning to contest for Councilor Katabi Town Council on NUP ticket, according to her friends who equally told this publication that they do not know her whereabouts.

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