Drama has ensued in Uganda after reports circulating on social media alleges that a section of Ugandan youths allied to the National Unity Platform (NUP) party leader Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine chased a police officer for trying to sneak marked ballot papers in a polling station.
According to the photo doing rounds on social media, a Ugandan police officer is reported to have had an intention of sneaking marked ballot papers in a polling station in favour of the incumbent president Museveni.
It has been revealed that the angry mob comprising of youths rained some kicks showing him the exit door from the polling station.
This is said to happen a time after the Kyadondo East member of parliament Bobi Wine in company of his wife Barbi Kyagulanyi Itungo casted their votes at Magere Freedom Square polling station in Kyadondo East, Kampala.
Bobi Wine seeks to battle out Yoweri Museveni in a race which is said to be tight as the voting is ongoing.
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