Uganda: Naked Women Protest Alleged Sexual Harassment

KENYA Citizen TV
Publication Date:
23 April 2012
Uganda, Legal and Judicial Affairs

About six Ugandan female opposition activists stripped their clothes and took to the streets of Kampala, Uganda to protest the alleged sexual harassment of one of their own, on Friday. The female leaders want the police officer responsible for pinching the breast of their leader, head of the opposition forum for democratic change women's league, Ingrid Turinawe, to be arrested for sexual harassment, even as police maintain that the officer in question was a fellow woman and not a man. We have the footage of the assault and the resulting protests that has seen women in Kampala up in arms.


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