Kyagulanyi claims that the Declaration of Results forms that the party collected, when tallied, clearly indicate that he won the 14th January election with 54.19%. The Electoral Commission announced National Resistance Movement -NRM’s President Museveni winner of the 2021 election with 58.64%. But according to NUP’S audits, Museveni scored only 34.83%.
former National Unity Platform -NUP presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi
Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has displayed files of his election petition that were withdrawn
from the Supreme Court last week to the public.
claimed that the DR forms that the party collected, when tallied, clearly indicate that he won the 14th
January election with 54.19%. The Electoral Commission announced National
Resistance Movement-NRM’s President Museveni winner of the 2021 election with
58.64%. But according to NUP’S audits, Museveni scored only 34.83%.
He said he tried to challenge the election in court but was
met with bias from the justices. He highlighted the decision to deny him the
chance to amend his petition with supporting affidavits and judges who have a
history of working closely with President Museveni as reasons that forced him
to withdraw the petition.
Journalists in a press conference joined by the elected NUP leaders, supporters at Kamwokya’s based party headquarters, Kyagulanyi displayed more
than 20,000 Declaration Forms which he said were part of the evidence that was rejected by Supreme Court saying they contain actual results contrary to the electoral commission’s
results that were announced.
rigging of the election results shows that the Byabakama commission rigged this
election brainlessly, the rigging was done in such an immature way, from our
tally, even with all the ballot stuffing, we beat Gen Museveni with 54.19.Said
/Cue; in all the results …
Cue… naye nga tebaffayo "//
Kyagulanyi has also announced his party’s next course of action
by calling upon his supporters to come out and stage peaceful demonstrations.
constitution of Uganda under article 29, gives us the right to protest
peacefully," said Kyagulanyi I call upon all Ugandans to march to the respective electoral commission
offices in your areas of residence and those elsewhere to protest peacefully in
any way they see fit as long as it is peaceful.”
He said that they are going to peacefully protest against
President Museveni’s victory on four grounds among which is a
rigged election he - Kyagulanyi (says he) won by 54.19%, demanding the immediate stop of abductions, detention of
people for their conscience, and trying civilians in military
//Cue; I want to call up …
Cue… they have oppressed us “//
police announced that they had intelligence reports which pointed at NUP
supporters planning to hold riots across the country. Amidst heavy deployments
in all roads leading to Kamwokya, a police helicopter was also seen hovering
over the NUP party offices as the press conference went on.