By Mirembe Martina
Workers MP, Sam Lyomoki has vowed to continue fighting for the rights of Ugandans, despite his arrest.
Lyomoki was arrested on January 15th after failing to answer to police summons over the death of Butaleja Woman MP, Cerinah Nebanda. He was arrested at WBS TV offices where he had earlier on appeared for a talk show.
Despite the arrest, Lyomoki vows to continue speaking up for Ugandans. He called onto the government to continue working on the problems of the people of Uganda instead of looking the other way and cause a big problem to the people. He went on to add that he will continue to seek God’s guidance as he does his job.
Lyomoki is said to have made comments during the burial of Nebanda which had the aim of inciting violence. He vowed not to answer to the summons of the police saying it was unfair to arrest people who were trying to get what killed Nebanda.
Lyomoki was among other MPs who were summoned by police to answer to their statements they made in connection to Nebanda’s death. Among these are Betty Nambooze, Threodore Sekikubo, Mohammed Nsereko, Chris Baryomunsi, Hatwib Katoto and Medard Bitekyorezo.