Opposition leader and presidential candidate Bobi Wine of Uganda accused soldiers of having “raided” his home and arrested his security guards on Monday morning during a live radio interview for a Kenyan radio station, Deutsche Welle (DW) reported on Tuesday.
“The army has this morning raided my home, arrested all my security guards and anyone they could see around my premises,” Wine wrote on Twitter on January 11.
“No reason for the arrest was given,” the pop-star-turned-legislator added.
The alleged raid on Wine’s home occurred as the politician participated in a live radio interview with Kenya’s Hot 96 FM station according to DW, a German state-owned broadcaster.
While the Ugandan army has not responded to Wine’s allegations that its soldiers raided his