Looming headache in Museveni's camp after the latest move by Kyagulanyi
By Jonjez | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 5687 views
President Museveni's win of 14th January poll has spark reactions following the sequence of events that took place during the voting day.The government interrupted the network across the nation.Today,opposition leader who believed that he won the election has send this demand to the president.Khagulanyi has requested the European Union (EU) to cause an audit of the January 14 presidential election, which he says he won but was robbed of his victory by President Yoweri Museveni.
As posted in the Nation Africa news“The EU called for the meeting last week. Its intention was to find out how to help Wine. He asked the EU to help and hold Museveni accountable for human rights violations and killings. He also asked the EU to push for an audit of the just-concluded elections,” the source said who attended the meeting
“Wine also wanted the EU to hold government officers accountable for the atrocities of November and other kinds of brutality meted out against him and other opposition politicians.”
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