Uganda opposition leader, Bobi Wine has again raised alarm over attempt by the incumbent President, Yoweri Museveni to starve him and his family to death.
Bobi Wine has been under house arrest since the election was held last week.
“Day six under house arrest and we’re still stuck with an 18month old baby.
“Her dad had brought her to visit her auntie (Barbie) just before we were raided and besieged, he was blocked from picking her up.
“We have completely run out of food and milk yet no one is allowed to leave or come into our home”, said Bobi.
Earlier, USA ambassador to Uganda was prevented from seeing Bobi Wine.
The government of Uganda in several media accused the USA ambassador of interfering in the internal politics of the country, adding the Uganda government has already placed the USA ambassador under close watch.
Bobi Wine has continued to display videos and photographs of soldiers allegedly rigging the presidential election in massive way in favour of Museveni who have spent 35 years in power.
“This particular video was sent to us by a member of the UPDF who was disgusted by what they were commanded to do!
“He told us they spent days pre-ticking ballot papers in favor of Museveni because they knew there was no way they could beat us in a free contest! Up to now, it is difficult to believe that a one time prized revolutionary is going down as one of the world’s most despised despots!
“Did he claim to have gone to the bush because of a rigged election? How despicable! Keep the evidence coming in comrades. watch video
“On election day, our teams received countless calls from polling stations where soldiers took over polling stations and ticked ballot papers for everyone.
“In Kwania district, soldiers spent the night pre-ticking ballot papers from a hotel where our teams found them.
“They were chased away with gunshots. This happened in many other districts! watch video
“At most polling stations in Western Uganda, there was no voting!
“Like you see in this video, people were ordered to vote in the presence of everyone and this was being supervised by the military.
“At several polling stations, the military raided polling stations, chased everyone away and stuffed ballot papers at will.
“At other stations in Isingiro and other districts, people reached polling stations only to be told that they could only vote for MPs as the president had already been voted for.
“So many witnesses are willing to come out, others recorded these on video although for many, attempting to record attracted severe beatings and torture. watch video