Robert Kyagulanyi better known as Bobi Wine has said that he will reject election results if polls are not free and fair. Wine who is flying the National Unity Platform Party as the opposition's presidential candidate is and has been Museveni's headache for the past few months now.
Uganda has so far been on the spotlight as veteran president Museveni has tried on several occasions to shut the persistent opposition leader Bobi Wine down but in vain. Throughout the presidential campaigns, we've seen so many people having killed in broad daylight.
Before elections, Bobi Wine had written a letter to the ICC requesting that they investigate Museveni on allegations of murder and torture charges.
Wine has more so revealed that NUP has established n independent tallying centre that will check and be on the eyes against any rigging. As elections took root today, 18 million Ugandans, majority youths will vote to choose a president from a pool of 11 candidates.
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