Uganda: 24 hours to presidential poll, Museveni goes rogue, shut down internet service
By Kalu Nwokoro Idika, ElombahNews
There is serious political tension in Uganda as the regime of president Museveni has gone rogue, shutting down internet service and slamming media organizations that seems critical to his draconian government.
A leading political opposition, Bobi Wine has raised alarm over what he described as conspiracy between Museveni and the electoral commission in Uganda to rig 14th January presidential election.
In a statement, Wine said, “The conspiracy by the dictatorial regime and biased Electoral Commission in Uganda has entered a new phase.
“A stage for a plot to rig the election is already set with internet completely switched off, the media censored and illegal pronouncements requiring voters to go home after casting their votes made.
“Sadly for Dictator Museveni, the people of uganda are firm and nothing will stop them from bringing an end to his oppresive regime.”
However, many political observers have said that it will be quite difficult for Museveni who has ruled Uganda for 35 years to relinquish power considering his body language.
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