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POLICE SIEGE HOME OF BYANYIMA

By Nabbuye Rehemah

Police has besieged the home of Edith Byanyima sister to Dr Winne Byanyima over alleged possession of illicit goods.

Police publicists claim that the raid is in response to Edith Byanyima’s suspected connection to MP Bobi Wine and the People Power movement.

This took a while as Police cordoned her home in search of the alleged illicit materials.

We later learnt that the police seized materials from the house related to the People Power campaign, despite Edith’s protest of the officers’ lack of search warrants.

According to a search form seen by this website; the officers found “twenty four pieces of red clothes.

Edith Byanyima’s lawyer Erias Lukwago claims that the said pieces of red cloths were napkins found on her table

Edith’s sister, Winnie Byanyima confirmed the raid, and claimed it was ordered by the Inspector General of Police himself, Martins Okoth Ochola.

She also confirmed that Edith was indeed an active participant in the People Power movement.

The Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesman Luke Owoyesigire asked for more time to get briefed on the incident.

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