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Ugandan Military Surrounds Home of Opposition Candidate

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Ugandan Military Surrounds Home of Opposition Candidate

Bobi Wine, the country’s leading opposition presidential candidate, said that Ugandan military forces were “targeting” his life after they surrounded and breached his compound on Friday, a day after the general election.

One of my gardeners came and informed me that we were surrounded. So my dad came to see what would happen —when he got here. And I asked them what they’re doing inside my compound, why they are trespassing. They told me to take my question to the spokesperson of the military. I know that they are targeting my life. I know that they’re trying to normalize such actions. So that when finally, they do something terrible on me, it has normalized already. I thought I should inform the world that our lives are in danger. And should anything happen to us, at least we have had the opportunity, while still alive, to expose everything that is being plotted on our lives.

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