Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine was arrested on Monday as he took part in a peaceful protest, his office reported on his Twitter.
“…He led MPs and other leaders in a peaceful protest against the abduction, torture and murder of his supporters. The protest was taking place at City Square, Kampala,” the tweet said.
On March 10, Wine said on Twitter that it was day 70 since authorities arrested all of his campaign team members in Kalangala, Central Uganda.
He then added that thousands of his supporters were in arbitrary detention, calling for their release.
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