Uganda Musician turned Politician, Bobiwine, actual identify, Robert Kyagulanyi on Monday raised an alarm over army invasion of his places of work.
That is following the re-election of Uganda’s longtime President, Yoweri Museveni for the sixth time period.
Recall that Museveni over the weekend received Uganda election re-elected for a sixth time period amid allegations of fraud and lack of transparency in Uganda.
The nation’s election fee confirmed that Museveni received 58.64% of the almost 10 million ballots solid, whereas opposition chief Bobiwine had 34.83% of the vote.
Bobi Wine on his Twitter web page stated closely armed army and police have raided Bobi’s social gathering places of work in Kampala and restricted motion.
His tweet learn: “HAPPENING NOW: Closely armed army and police have as soon as once more raided our social gathering places of work in Kampala.
“Nobody is allowed to go in or come out. Museveni after committing the vilest election fraud in historical past has resorted to probably the most despicable types of intimidation. (ADMIN)”
This isn’t the primary time Bobiwine will likely be intimidated by the army.
Recall on Friday, the Opposition candidate, Bobiwine alleged that he was below home arrest after the army invaded his home.
Uganda: Bobiwine accuses President Museveni of intimidation