Ugandan security forces end house arrest of opposition leader Bobi Wine

Reuters | Kampala | Updated: 26-01-2021 14:37 IST | Created: 26-01-2021 13:49 IST
Ugandan security forces end house arrest of opposition leader Bobi Wine
Representative Image Image Credit: Twitter (@HEBobiwine)

Ugandan security forces have withdrawn from around the home of opposition leader Bobi Wine, a Reuters witness said on Tuesday, ending his house arrest since a Jan. 14 presidential election.

On Monday, a court ruled that the police and military should let him leave his Kampala residence. The government had said the security detail was for his own protection.

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