Uganda ordered to end Bobi Wine’s house arrest

Written by on January 25, 2021

Following days of house-arrest after a presidential election, Ugandan opposition leader, Bobi Wine, has been granted his freedom.

 

This is as a Ugandan court has ordered the state and its security agencies to immediately vacate his home and reinstate his right to personal liberty forthwith.

 

Confirming the development, Wine’s lawyer, George Musisi, said the judge also ruled that any serious allegations against his client should be brought before a court or police.

 

Wine had rejected the election result which saw President Yoweri Museveni emerge winner with fifty-nine percent of votes; alleging fraud.

 


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