Ugandan Presidential Candidate Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine during the press conference encouraging his "people power" supporters to continue wearing their trademark red berets in Kampala. Uganda's military on Tuesday attempted to force its way into Bobi Wine's home forcing him to cut his interview with Kenyan radio station short. (Photo by Sally Hayden / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known Bobi Wine was forced to cut short his interview with Kenyan radio station Hot 96 after the Ugandan military raided his Kampala home Tuesday morning.

The Kyadondo East MP told Hot 96 FM that the military was attempting to break into his compound and his security team was being assaulted.

“So I am sorry even right now as we speak, we are being raided by the military. I have to end the interview because I can see soldiers beating up my security guards. I have to go down and give it attention,” he said.

Speaking on the Hot Breakfast show, The National Unity Party presidential candidate however reiterated the stance that he is confident of dislodging the incumbent, Yoweri Museveni, the long serving strongman.

Uganda is slated to go to the ballot on Thursday and Bobi Wine who has campaigned on a platform of ending the status quo with his party faulting the current administration for incompetence.

Bobi Wine has also accused the Museveni government of intimidation and brutality.

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“At least 126 members of my campaign team have been rounded up with more than 500 of our supporters arrested. The Museveni administration has overseen massacres in Uganda. For instance, in November last year, more than 100 people were killed in November 2020,” he said.

According to the Kyadondo East MP, his camp will tally votes even as he urged Ugandans to be vigilant on election day.

Approximately 17.6 million Ugandan voters are expected to cast their ballots in the presidential and parliamentary elections.

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