By Arinda Nsheeka Wilfred
The Kigezi leaders have also come out to condemn the government of Uganda, after many other bodies like the European Union and other NGO’S after the brutal arrest and torture that was recently inflicted on 3 lawmakers and other 29 in Arua  district.
According to the chairperson of the inter religious council of Kigezi, Rev fr Gaetano Batanyenda, the government of Uganda , all that was displayed in Arua proves that we are in a dictatorial regime.
Below was Batanyenda’s statements.
“We are all deeply feeling very sad and very concerned about the brutal torture inflicted on Hon.Kyagulanyi (Bobi Wine),among others.
This act is an evidence that Uganda is truly being led by merciless, bloodthirsty,inhuman, and callous tormentors disguising as leaders.
Miserably, on top of all that torture, faking charges on these individuals.
Most assuredly, Uganda shall never be safe in hands of a few human gods disguising as democratic leaders.
To Bobi Wine,and others affected, that’s not the end,may God heal you and restore your wisdom.
Finally, We urge President Museven to kindly to reconsider repentance as soon as possible if at all he truly believes in God.
~Fr. Gaetano Batanyenda
Head of Clergy
Kabale Diocese.”
Bobi Wine was arrested for his alleged role in clashes in which president Museveni’s mortocade was attacked by people pelting stones.
MP Bobi Wine was also allegedly found in possession of a gun when he was being arrested in the north western district of Arua earlier this week.
Kyagulanyi’s wife, Barbie itungo said that her husband doesn’t sit, stand or walk and that he had  a lot of bruises allover his body when she went to visit him in makindye military barracks, Kampala.
Kyagulanyi’s brother, Eddie Yawe recently said that his brothers life is in danger if he doesn’t access better medical attention.