Speaking to reporters at the Uganda Media Centre in Kampala, Tumwine said that he had no apologies for anybody who was killed while attacking security forces as they tried to put down protests that broke out on Wednesday and Thursday this week.
Muhangi's nomination had been blocked by the Ntungamo District Returning Officer Robert Baine after reportedly arriving late at the venue. On the same day of his anticipated nomination, Munangi had been bounced for failing to deliver all the required paperwork to support his bid.
Kabuleta notes that by suspending their campaigns over the various injustices and unleveled ground they are serving the interests of the incumbent, Kabuleta says that or Museveni the end justifies the means.
The court was attacked on Wednesday evening and set ablaze by the group members, destroying property mainly furniture in the court hall. This, according to a statement signed by Sarah Langa Siu, the Chief Registrar of Judiciary is an act of hooliganism.
The PWDs say that the politicians have not engaged them, even as they traverse villages in the search for votes, implying that their agenda is falling short of the interests of persons with disabilities, among them the physically handicapped, as well as those with hearing and visual impairments.
Amuriat has been walking barefooted as a signature stunt, following events on his nomination day, when he was dragged to the nomination venue in Kyambogo after losing his shoes in a fracas with the police. He has since then, launched a nationwide crusade dubbed “barefoot revolution” in protest of the indignity meted against him.
Uganda Radio Network has taken a tour around the city, covering shops, arcades and malls both in the Central Business District and in the suburbs many of which remained closed, and now brings you the pictures.