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Ugandan bishop arrested in anti-corruption protest: Anglican Ink, February 7, 2013 February 8, 2013

Posted by geoconger in Anglican Ink, Church of the Province of Uganda, Corruption.
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A retired Ugandan bishop was arrested this week, accused of disturbing the peace and unlawful assembly for handing out pamphlets denouncing government corruption.

On 4 Feb 2013, Dr. Zac Niringiye, the former Assistant Bishop of Kampala, and seven other democracy activists were arrested by police at Makere University as they handed out leaflets documenting that called for action to combat corruption. After bail was posted the bishop was released from custody but ordered to return for a hearing before a magistrate on 14 Feb.

Read it all in Anglican Ink.

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