By Juma Nsubuga
The police deputy spokes person, Vincent Sekate has said that police have already handed over the files of Bishop Zac Niringiye and his group to Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP)
Niringiye and other leaders of the Black Monday Movement were arrested on Monday morning as they distributed anti-corruption leaflets to the public.
Mr Sekate during a weekly press briefing at central police station said that police have handed the suspects matters to DPP for sanctioning and find suitable charges against them.
Other arrested members of the movement include Sebayi Ismail, Nuwagaba Vincent, Kanyonyi Issa, Adyangasa John and Hassan Kigula.They were dragged to Wandegeya police station are facing charges of inciting violence after holding subversive activities.
The group under the governance monitoring platform that seeks to fight corruption is running a campaign that is geared at sensitizing the general public about the dangers of stealing public funds by government officials.