Uganda Politician, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, popularly often known as Bobi Wine, has raised an alarm over army invasion of his residence.
Bobi Wine alleged that his house is below siege by the army.
In a sequence of tweets on Friday, the presidential candidate claimed that army officers scaled via a fence into his residence.
In response to Bobbi Wine: “We’re below siege. The army has jumped over the fence and has now taken management of our residence.
“None of those army intruders is speaking to us. We’re in deep trouble. We’re below siege.”
Uganda is at present conducting its presidential election.
Bobbi Wine, an opposition chief, is the main contender in opposition to the nation’s President, Yoweri Museveni.
The 76-year-old Museveni, who has been in energy since 1986 is at present main the continued presidential election.
Ugandan presidential election: My house is below army siege – Bobi Wine alleges