President Yoweri Musuveni was declared winner of the presidential election held in Uganda on Thursday.
Musuveni faced stiff opposition from youthful Bobi Wine who has since cried out over alleged electoral fraud.
See what Ugandans are saying about the outcome of the election below:
— Northern Cake Plug 🎂🍰🧁 (@JattoGodween) January 17, 2021
Someone said, African leaders are turning a blind eye on #Museveni 's dictatorial acts because they are worried of the revolution that Bobi Wine can stir up in other countries as well.
Africa needs healing
Musalia Mudavadi Orengo Miguna Africans pic.twitter.com/8KrFspNIv7
— Mildred Bii (@MildredBii) January 17, 2021
In 1986, #Uganda 🇺🇬 President Yoweri Museveni wrote:
"The problem of Africa in general & Uganda in particular is not the people, but leaders who want to overstay in power”.
— Amaka Ike (@Real_AmakaIke) January 17, 2021
Only the old people are celebrating museveni win,as youth we feeling robbed 🤦🏽♀️ #Museveni
— somalianbae🇸🇴🇰🇪 (@AdanZamuh) January 17, 2021
Hello Uganda, the world is watching. Today is Uganda, tomorrow is some other country. #Museveni is not the only dictator. So lets fight together. Uganda is bleeding.#FreePresidentElectBobiWine #UgandaDecides2021 #UgVotes2021 #UgandaInternetShutdown #WeAreRemovingADictator pic.twitter.com/0jpxLPjgnL
— Donam Skovbakke (@SkovbakkeDonam) January 17, 2021
Using Military/Police forces to oppress the electorate & rig the election is wrong; Blocking the whole country access to the internet is very wrong. If #BobiWine lost, he didn’t loose to #Museveni, He lost to the Corrupt African System. “The Struggle Continues.. #UgandaDecide2021 pic.twitter.com/NrtiDUkg1Z
— GANDOKI OF BENUE (@ChiefTerhemba) January 16, 2021
How can a dictator who have forcefully ruled for 35years win an election again? I weep for Africa but in God I trust.
— PeaceTalkWithMercy (@MercyEbute) January 16, 2021