Diva Spice Diana has accused Police of brutality after her performance at KCCA Carnival. The singer was heavily beaten by Police after her last night’s performance at the annual carnival.
She is currently admitted at a city medical facility receiving treatment after she was beaten by police officers. Reasons as why Police beat her up aren’t yet known and the Uganda Police has not issued any statement concerning the matter.
“ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!! This goes to police force in Uganda. Today after my first performance at the carnival I was beaten so badly and disrespected by ruthless so called police officers and I am nursing wounds,
Dear #bivulu promoters as you invite us to entertain and happen with our people, also show some respect and value our dear lives therefore heir trained and professional police officers for security and not gamblers that have a lot of problems in their families and they try to console themselves by beating up innocent people like animals .And many of my fellow artists and innocent civilians have fallen victims which is unfair in our own country.
We give you power to protect us, keep law and order but ts you the same people that go against the law and do vice verser .why should we be treated like strangers in our own country. You employ heartless humans with no sense of humanity.
Today i have seen t with my two eyes, many of my brothers and sisters have been treated in a manner that is unnecessary, i have realised that the current police z nothing but useless, the way they handle situations is not professional yet they say they are trained, they never apply their so called skills but only use their arrogance and so called powers to disrespect and torture there fellows humans like animals.
Don’t forget that no one has more power than God. They hit you up the way they want knowing that even if you report, they still win, and still find hurts to ask for money from you just because they have a say that POLICE TESINGIBWA MUSANGO
You hurt innocent souls, but you forget that some of you are parents
So sorry to those that have fallen victims
The way you treat someone today, ts the way you will be treated tomorrow
To whom t may concern. Mukyusemu for a better UGANDA,” Spice Diana posted.