How it went down on second day of presidential nominations
Presidential hopeful Mr Robert Kyagulanyi and wife Ms Barbie Kyagulanyi embark from their home in Magere, headed for Kyambogo for nomination on Tuesday November 03, 2020.
Police deploy along Kasangati road where Bobi Wine would pass from his home in Magere to the nomination grounds in Kyambogo
Bobi Wine speaks to the media shortly after his nomination on Tuesday.
Police on Tuesday morning deployed at the FDC headquarters in Najjanankumbi, Kampala. No one was allowed to access the premises. Party flagbearer, Patrick Amuriat was then arrested and taken to nomination grounds in Kyambogo.
FDC party flag-bearer, Patrick Amuriat in his vehicle before being arrested by Police on Tuesday morning. Photo | Kelvin Atuhaire
Presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat Obi bare feet after his shoes were allegedly taken by the Police. Photo | Kelvin Atuhaire
Police Director Operations Edward Ochom attend to witness the proceedings during day two of presidential nominations at Kyambogo
Police fire teargas to disperse NUP supporters who had gathered at Nakawa market to show solidarity to their flagbearer Bobi Wine
Leader of Opposition in Parliament Betty Ochan was fired teargas as police stopped her from accessing FDC offices in Najjanakumbi
DP party presidential flag-bearer Norbert Mao sets off from party head offices in Mengo for Kyambogo ahead of nomination. Photo | Arthur Arnold Wadero
Gunshots, teargas, water cannons were fired as Police, army dispersed people gathered in areas around the NUP headquarters in Kamwokya.
Businesses got paralysed in Masaka City after security operatives fired teargas into shopping arcades to disperse Bobi Wine supporters who were jubilating his nomination as a presidential candidate for 2021 general election on Tuesday. Photo | Wilson Kutamba
Mr John Katumba was also nominated to run for presidency in the 2021 general election
Ms Nancy Kalembe was the only female candidate nominated to run for the 2021-2026 presidency
A video grab of Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine talking to his supporters at his home in Magere after police blocked him from going to his office in Kamwokya, where he was set to launch his presidential manifesto.