Johannesburg (CNN) Ugandan opposition presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi Wine, says his home is "under siege" from military.
"The military has jumped over the fence and has now taken control of our home," he said in a tweet on Friday, adding in another that "None of these military intruders is talking to us.
The military has jumped over the fence and has now taken control of our home — BOBI WINE (@HEBobiwine) January 15, 2021Earlier journalists traveling to Wine's residence for a press conference were turned back by security forces well before reaching his home.
Many reporters were also forced to leave the national election tally center, despite having accreditation.
In the morning Wine said he remained positive despite the "widespread fraud and violence experienced across the country" during Thursday's presidential elections, which took place under a complete internet shutdownBobi Wine poses for a photograph after casting his ballot during the presidential election at a polling station in MagereRead More
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