Museveni, who is into his seventies, confronted seven challengers, yet the previous renegade warrior is anticipated that would be re-chosen in the east African nation.
After Besigye, Museveni’s next nearest challenger is previous Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, a previous decision party stalwart whom incomplete results indicated trailing in far off third. He has won under two for every penny as such.
Besigye, who was captured amid crusading on Monday and again on Thursday evening, was taken into guardianship for a third time on Friday. Police encompassed his Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) central station, terminating nerve gas and utilizing water gun, before raging the assembling and capturing him, saying they needed to keep him from singularly declaring his vote score.
He was later escorted home, where he remained Saturday with security powers encompassing his house.