State House of Kenya has on Sunday deleted a congratulatory message to Uganda’s President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
The message was deleted shortly following a backlash by Kenyans who quizzed the government intentions come 2022.
State House further confirmed that the message was from the country’s president who termed the win as a clear demonstration of the confidence the people of Uganda have for President Museveni.
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The electoral results have already been denied by fellow candidate Robert Kyagulanyi who described it a electoral fraud to the people of Uganda.
He further noted how the Electoral Commission is biased, there is a plot to rig and the internet has been disconnected and so is the media.
“Conspiracy by the dictator & his biased Electoral Commission is in a new phase. A plot to rig is set, internet is completely shut down & media is censored. However, the pple of uganda are firm and nothing will stop them from ending this oppresive regime.” Said Bobi Wine.
In the last days leading to the election, the US pulled out as foreign observers following the issuance of 77% of their people to observe the elections.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni noted foreign interference of the election terming them as people of bad intention looking forward to mislead the country.