A court in Uganda on Monday ordered the military and police to leave the home of opposition politician Bobi Wine, where he has been detained since January 14,and allow him to travel freely, saying that the house was not a proper detention facility and adding that authorities should criminally charge him if he threatens public order. This, Africa News reports, after Ugandan authorities said Wine could only leave his home on the outskirts of the capital, Kampala, under military escort because they fear his presence in public could incite rioting and he could organise protests.
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