Ugandan police chief refuses to apologise for violence against journalists
11 January 2021 | 7:00 am
Uganda's Inspector General of Police, Martin Okoth Ochola, says that police has been using force against journalists to prevent them from going to dangerous places, and refuses to apologize for the violence of security forces against the media.
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