Uganda’s election run-up has turned messy and deadly after opposition candidates were arrested


The run-up to Uganda’s presidential and national assembly elections on Jan. 14 next year have turned violent and led to multiple casualties… The arrest of two leading opposition candidates has sparked sporadic mass protests that have entered the second day in different parts of the country leaving at least 29 people dead and scores more with severe injuries, the police said. Presidential Candidate Joseph Kabuleta speaks out on the recent violence that took place in kampala Kampala on fire, following the arrest, in Luuka, of presidential candidate Hon Robert Kyagulanyi (BOBI Wine). The protests are spreading quickly to other urban…

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