UN Body Accuses Museveni of Murdering Ugandans To Secure Another Term




UN Watch, a United Nation body has accused Ugandan president, Yoweri Museveni of murdering, imprisoning and silencing opponents, shutting down the internet, and committing widespread voter fraud to secure another five-year term in office.

According to the Ugandan electoral body, Museveni won 58 percent of the votes to secure the victory. 

"Congratulations to Flag of Uganda Uganda President Yoweri Museveni on winning re-election after murdering, imprisoning & silencing opponents, shutting down the internet, and committing widespread voter fraud," UN Watch tweeted.

Meanwhile, Bobi Wine, the opposition candidate has vowed to use all the available means to contest the outcome of the pole. The popular Ugandan entertainer turned-lawmaker said he has video evidence of election fraud in some part of the country and will upload it once the internet is restored.

The internet was restored yesterday.


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