Youths of Alternative Movement also known as jobless brotherhood have dragged Attorney General and police to court because of violation of their rights.
The movement has dragged two police officers and the attorney general to Mukono high court because of violating their rights when they were being arrested on the 18th September over the age limit campaign.
Brain Nyehangane officer in charge Naggalama police station and Alfred Ndungutse attached to CPS Kampala are the ones that have been dragged to court
Lawyer Aaron Kizza while before Justice Margret Mutonyi of Mukono high court said, the Attorney general and two police officers detained 10 youths beyond recommended time which violets their right and is against the law.
The Attorney general who was represented by Bichachi Ojambo asked court to give him some days to file their defence.
The youth that dragged police and the Attorney general to court included, Abel Muchunguzi, Johab Agaba, Edris Mutebi, Eria Musoke, Bashil Mubiru among others
Justice Margret Mutonyi adjourned the matter until Friday 13th of this month so that the two police officers may be served with court sermons as individuals. She added the two police officers are to be charged as individuals and not under the institution they work for.
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