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Was Their Anything To Gain From The Torture of Kakwenza?

Was Their Anything To Gain From The Torture Of Kakwenza?

After all the testimonies writer Kakwenza Rukirabashaija gave about the torture he was put through, one would quickly ask themselves what it was the tormentors really wanted to gain.

Kakwenza Rukirabashaija, currently on bail is battling charges related to offensive communication contrary to section 25 of the Computer Misuse Act 2011 for allegedly abusing Muhoozi on social media.

However, listening to Kakwenza and all they put him through, one would say, it was rather too much for what they accused him of.

Surely, you wouldn’t blame anyone for thinking, these people wanted to put a message across. Some people would like to think the tormentors wanted to spread fear and terror among the citizens.

This torture would probably scare off any critics whatsoever.

It doesn’t look like they got it right though, people have only grown braver. Even the ones that seemed quiet are now standing up to say a thing or two about this torture in the country.

Kakwenza has awakened the undercover freedom speakers and fighters. However, looking at social media, you can hardly spend 10 seconds scrolling through posts and you don’t read a message condemning torture.

If indeed there was something to gain from his torture, then they just lost it. People have only become more critical. The best thing the government can do is bring the tormentors to the courts of justice.

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