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Police raids Bobi Wine’s NUP headquarters

Police have raided the NUP offices in Kampala. PHOTO FACEBOOK Gen Opondo Dem Gaster

Security seizes Kyagulanyi’s nomination documents, CCTV camera monitors

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT & URN | Police has raided the National Unity Party (NUP) offices in Kamwokya, and are searching through election documents.

NUP were holding a meeting of some of its top leaders when police arrived.

“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,” said NUP leader Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine.

The search is still on and it is not yet clear what police is looking for.

The National Unity Platform (NUP) later confirmed that several documents and items have been confiscated by security from their offices in Kamwokya today.

The party said documents, CCTV camera monitors and documents containing collected signatures required for the nomination of Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu as the party presidential candidate were taken.

Police together with military police and Local defense Units personnel gained access to the NUP offices at around 11am when NUP officials were holding a presser.

One comment

  1. A mistake that is going to cost Uganda a lot. It’s irreversible!!

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