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Military Issues Warning Ahead of Museveni's Swearing in After This Happened in Uganda Today

The Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF) has claimed that plans to disrupt the coming swearing-in of President Yoweri Museveni have been thwarted.

President Museveni who won the last general election is expected to be sworn in in May, and according to media sources from Uganda, his opponents are planning to disrupt the event.

The Military has said it has seized printed material that had intended to inside Ugandans during the swearing ceremony and stop it from happening.

Force's spokesperson Brigadier Flavia Byekwaso has since issued a warning, saying those who will be found responsible for the act will be dealt with accordingly.

However, it remains unclear who is behind the said printed papers.

"UPDF claims to have confiscated printed materials intended to be used to incite the public in a bid to disrupt the swearing-in of the President-elect in May. Force's spokesperson Brigadier Flavia Byekwaso adds that those behind the move will be dealt with," NTV-Uganda updated.

Bobi Wine is yet to concede defeat after he accused Museveni of stealing the votes.

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