The Uganda People’s Defence Forces-UPDF has come out to seek for attentiveness of the groups of individuals plotting violence to disrupt President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s swearing in ceremony.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s swearing in ceremony is slated on the 12th May 2021 for a new term of yet for the next five years after being declared the winner of the January 14 presidential election by the electoral commission.
This is going to be the sixth term for President Museveni ever since he conquered power in 1986.
UPDF spokesperson, Brig Flavia Byekwaso made the remarks while addressing journalists at Naguru Police headquarters today during a weekly briefing in Kampala.
Byekwaso said they have got credible information about a section of Ugandans planning to disrupt the swearing in functions of the elected president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
“I would like to bring to your attention the continued hate speech by a section of individuals through help of foreigners; they think they can stop the swearing-in of President Museveni,” barked Byekwaso”.
Byekwaso says so far, they have not landed on any one but the security operatives are doing their undercover work to get the gist of these posters.
“security agencies have confiscated posters to be used in the protests with words of hate speech that incites violence to the members of public” Byekwaso revealed.