Independent Online Journalists Association-Uganda Issues statement on the Continued Targeting of Journalists Covering in Uganda by State Security Personnel

Independent Online Journalists Association-Uganda (indoja-U

Independent Online Journalists Association-Uganda (indoja-U) has noted, yet again, with great concern, the continued TARGETED ATTACKS, high-handedness, and wanton brutality meted on journalists while on their lawful duties. On Wednesday, February 17, 2021, several journalists working for various media houses were brutally beaten and badly injured by military police while covering National Unity Platform (NUP) and former presidential candidate, also…

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Indoja-U condemns Police brutality on journalists and innocent Ugandans

Independent Online Journalists Association-Uganda (indoja-U

The Independent Online Journalists Association-Uganda (indoja-U) has today through its president Andrew Irumba Katusabe condemned the Uganda Police Force brutality on journalists and innocent Ugandans. Below is what the president wrote in his letter… Independent Online Journalists Association-Uganda (indoja-U) has noted with concern the high handedness, in violence and wanton brutality meted on journalists by state security agents, while covering…

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