Uganda: Police, Army Raid NUP Offices in Kamwokya

14 October 2020

Police has today raided offices of the Kyadondo East MP led National Unity Platform (NUP) led

Police that have deployed heavily at the premises are said to have raided legislature and and presidential aspirant Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine offices in Kamwokya, Kampala at around 11am Wednesday.

Police are yet to comment on the matter but several roads leading to and from the offices have been sealed off and there was a noticeable deployment at the venue by press time.

"The military, police and other security agencies have laid siege on the National Unity Platform Platform offices in Kamwokya. Several of our staff and leaders have been arrested. They are breaking into the different offices, taking all documents and other valuables," Bobi Wine posted on his social media platforms.

Details to follow...

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