A Ugandan court has ruled that activist Stella Nyanzi have to defend herself from prices of cyber harassment and offensive communication versus President Yoweri Museveni.
The prosecution accuses Ms Nyanzi of putting up a Facebook message in September about the president and his late mother that was considered to be obscene, lewd and indecent.
The prosecution also suggests Ms Nyanzi’s submit disturbed the peace and correct to privacy of the president.
Her attorney Isaac Semakadde states her defence witnesses include things like regulation dons from Uganda’s prestigious Makerere University, wherever she worked as a researcher.
If convicted of cyber harassment, she could be fined or be jailed for up to 3 a long time, or get each a high-quality and jail time.
Ms Nyanzi was arrested in November and has been jailed in Luzira prison since then. She has refused bail.
She returns to courtroom on the 26 June to begin her defence.