National Unity Platform (NUP) presidential flagbearer Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine has warned of a prospected interference with the internet and call networks on the voting days and appealed to Ugandans to download VPNs.
While appearing on TV last night, Kyagulanyi asked Ugandans to equip their phones with VPNs in order to dodge the interference. In his discourse, he looks at phones as being the best way to share electoral results to various national political centres.
He further asserted that Justice Simon Byabakama, the Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC), is at logger heads with what he is meant to justly do while tallying results since he is working on orders of the incumbent President Museveni.
The opposition in Uganda has over the campaign period and before faced lots of hindrances with the security organs that they keep accusing of being partisan.
Bobi Wine, will go heads up against President Museveni on January 14th, 2020 to try and end the latter’s 35 year grip on the Presidency of Uganda. Bobi Wine was 4 years old when Museveni took over government in 1986 after a protracted bush war struggle against the government of Dr. Apollo Milton Obote.