Yesterday a team of six leaders of the People Power Movement went to the Electoral Commission regarding our nationwide consultations.
According to Kyadondo East lawmaker Hon. Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu, the meeting was aimed at exhausting all the legal avenues in their pursuit for rights, fairness and dignity.
“While at the meeting, we formally complained to the Commission about the blatant violation of the law by the police, the military and other security agencies. As the institution charged with organising elections, we requested the Commission to pronounce itself on the goings on so as to ensure a level playing field as we head towards the 2021 election.” Bobi Wine stated.
He added that since the police leadership was present at the meeting, they put to them all the violations they have been involved in these past few days and demanded that they are put to an end.
“Indeed, they conceded to having acted outside the law on many issues. In a few days, we shall issue a new schedule of consultations and make it public. We hope that the police will stick by the commitments they have made in the meeting. I want to thank the hundreds of supporters who gathered to show solidarity with us, and to condemn the brutality meted on some of them for no offence whatsoever. It just goes to show how scared they are of WE THE PEOPLE OF UGANDA. Bano tubasobola. Teli kuzikiza.” Bobi Wine added.