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Byline: Mike Ssegawa
In the brief morning scuffle between military police and the mechanics at Kirinya Road in Jinja town on Friday, security personnel roughed up a Daily Monitor correspondent, Mr Denis Edema, destroying photographs he had taken of the burning tyres, and confiscating his card reader, as he went on his duties.
Mr Edema who had rushed to Kirinya Road, the artisans' district in Jinja town, where FDC enjoys massive support, had gone to cover the burning of tyres in the road and of people singing singing of FDC slogans, the early signs of protests in Jinja. As he took photographs, police and soldiers who were putting out the burning tyres, turned their …