Age limit protest: FDC’s Ingrid fights Policemen over ‘her goat’

Age limit protest: FDC’s Ingrid fights Policemen over ‘her goat’
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Police have fought with Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) secretary for mobilization, Ms Ingrid Turinawe shortly after she tried to rescue ‘her goat’ that was taken away from her in 2016 by officers at Wandegeya.

Ms Turinawe was on Tuesday morning in “Red Tuesday” of the lifting of presidential age limit when she chose to attack the police station to reportedly rescue the goat at Makerere police post..

The “Red Tuesday” protest was recently launched by opposition figure, Kizza Besigye.

Ms Turinawe claims her goat was taken away from her last year when she was taking it to Makerere University for a fundraising drive to help financially the then striking teaching staff of the university.

Police immediately intercepted her and scuffle ensued. “I put up a fight but I was overpowered because they came many” Turinawe said.

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In 2012 when a police officer displayed despicable indecency, repeatedly squeezing the breasts of Ms. Ingrid Turinawe during a demonstration.

Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] mobilisation secretary, Ingrid Turinawe, on Tuesday raided Makerere police post to rescue a goat that was taken by officers sometime back.
In her “Red Tuesday” protest which was recently launched by opposition figure, Kizza Besigye, Ingrid chose to attack the police station to reportedly rescue the goat.
Officers who were taken by surprise, saw Ingrid pulling the goat along and rushed to its rescue.
Officers called in some reinforcements. It took four of them to overpower Ingrid and rescue the goat.

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