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Ugandan Opposition Leader Bobi Wine, Left With No Security Ahead Of General Elections

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Yoweri Museveni, is the incumbent president of Uganda. He is 76 years old and assumed office in January 29, 1986. He has been the president of Uganda for 35years.

Now the people of Uganda are ready to stop the curse and start the blessing on Thursday as they uproot the devourer Museveni who has ruled the country since 1986.

They are replacing him with the young vibrant man Bobi Wine.

Bobi Wine of National Unity party

“After 35 years in power, General Museveni has the audacity to call millions of Ugandans fools because they support me!. The tragedy is all dictators learn rather late that nations are bigger than them.”- the opposition leader, Bobi Wine said during an interview.

Earlier today, the leader of the opposition National Unity Platform party, Bobi Wine confirmed via Twitter that, the private security company that has been guarding his home for the last 12 years has been ordered to withdraw security at his house.

“So, the private security company that has been guarding my home for the last 12 years has been ordered to withdraw security at my house. Their supervisors showed up unannounced at midnight, disarmed my guard and said they had instructions to immediately withdraw my security.”

He continued; “The military & police are arresting people found distributing appointment letters for our polling agents ahead of tomorrow’s election! In Lira, Moroto, etc, persons coordinating this are detained & materials confiscated. The EC is yet to respond to our urgent calls to intervene”

“Under the law, a candidate is permitted to have two agents at a polling station. Their role is to ensure there’s no rigging at the station. With observers thrown out and Museveni doing everything to frustrate, the call is for all citizens to be vigilant & protect their vote.”

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