The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Women’s League chairperson, Ingrid Turinawe, was granted bail before she staged a protest at the Buganda Road Court.
Stella Amabilis, Grade One Magistrate granted Turinawe bail after spending two weeks on remand over charges of common nuisance and assaulting a Police officer.
Amabilis said Turinawe was to be remanded back to Luzira on defaulf after granting the activist a cash bail of sh800,000.
The accused has presented substantial sureties whom prosecution did not even object to. She is hereby bonded sh800,000 cash and her three sureties, sh10m each, non-cash.
FDC president Patrick Oboi Amuriat. Rukungiri Municipality MP Roland Mugume and Olive Namazzi, the Kyambogo councillor stood surety for Turinawe.
Turinawe was not pleased with the ruling prompting her to protest and ask what all the money was meant for.
The state prosecutors Patricia Cingatho and Miriam Njuki requested the court to put stringent terms for the accused to compel her return to court.
The prosecution alleges that on August 4, 2019, at Central Police Station in Kampala, Turinawe did an act that caused annoyance or inconvenienced the public in the exercise of her leading to the conclusion that she was a common nuisance.
She is also accused of assaulting detective sergeant Patrick Alunyu thereby occasioning him bodily harm.
The case was adjourned to September 3, 2019.