Tensions are rising as Uganda gears up for elections after long-time President Yoweri Museveni changed the constitution to run again with experts saying the ongoing violent intimidation by the ruling party towards opposition parties is extreme. Deutsche Welle reports that his rival Bobi Wine faces repeated arrest. Experts warn that the violence won’t stop at the polls. Opposition leader Bobi Wine, whose full name is Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, on Wednesday said on Twitter that he was arrested along with his campaign team in Kalangala, central Uganda.
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