Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has vowed to accept the results if he lost the election which is scheduled to take place on January 14.
“Uganda is not my house, if the people of Uganda don’t want me to help them with their issues, I go and deal with my personal issues very happily,” Museveni told CNN.
In an Interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Museveni also rubbished claims that opposition leader Bobi Wine has been treated unfairly by the military.
“Bobi Wine ran into conflicts with the law because he defied bans on public gatherings,” added Museveni
Meanwhile, Gay Ugandans have said they are afraid to go to the polling stations to vote as there will be at risk of being targeted.
“Its actually a really scary and rough time. LGBT people are fearful to even vote as theres a risk they will be targeted at the polling stations,” said one of the gays