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Despite Records Of Election Fraud, Human Rights Abuse, Osinbajo To Attend Uganda’s Sit-Tight President’s Inauguration

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will signify Nigeria on the sixth inauguration of President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda.

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 Osinbajo’s spokesman, Laolu Akande, disclosed this in an announcement on Tuesday in Abuja.



The vice-president shall be becoming a member of a number of different heads of state and authorities on the swearing-in ceremony scheduled for Could 12 at Kololo Independence Grounds in Kampala, Uganda.

 

Uganda Election Fee declared Yoweri Museveni the winner of the presidential election held in January.

 

Chairman of the fee, Justice Simon Mugenyi Byabakama, mentioned Museveni received 5.85 million votes, or 58.64 % whereas main opposition candidate Bobi Wine bought 3.48 million votes or 34.83 per cent.

 

 Museveni will start a recent tenure of his stranglehold on the japanese African nation. A insurgent chief who seized energy through a lethal coup in 1986, Museveni received a broadly flawed election in January to earn a sixth time period after 34 years in energy.

 

His 38-year-old challenger, musician turned politician, Bobi Wine, alongside his supporters, has confronted brutal state repression earlier than, throughout and even after the election.

 

Nigeria and Uganda share historic antecedents and luxuriate in good diplomatic relationships, together with working collectively as member-states of the Commonwealth, the African Union, and the United Nations.

 

Each nations have signed Bilateral Agreements on Technical Help Corps, Commerce, and on Financial, Scientific and Technical Cooperation.

 

United Nations Watch had accused Museveni of silencing his opponents for re-election into workplace.

 

Museveni was introduced the winner of the election by the electoral fee with 58.6 per cent of the vote in an election disputed by his essential rival, Bobi Wine, who trailed with 34.8 per cent.

 

The UN Watch took to its Twitter account to allege that Museveni dedicated “widespread voter fraud” to win the just-concluded presidential election.

 

The group tackled the 76-year-old for shutting down the nation’s Web forward of the election.

 

Osinbajo will depart Lagos for Kampala on Tuesday night and be accompanied by the Minister of State for International Affairs, Amb. Zubairu Dada, and the Particular Adviser on Financial Issues to the President, Ambassador Adeyemi Dipeolu.

 

He’s anticipated again within the nation on Wednesday. 

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