KYOTERA- As the country remains with hours to cast their votes for the President, panic continues to engulf the National Unity Platform -NUP and Democratic Party-DP fraternity in the district of Kyotera as their campaign agents go missing.
Reliable source intimidated to our reporter that the two parties’ members are now frustrated and in fear of being kidnapped by unidentified operatives.
The party officials say their members were picked up from their respective homes by unidentified security personnel on Friday, Saturday, Sunday last week and Monday this week.
Those that have so far gone missing include among others Sam Kiwanuka Lukyamuzi, Vincent Musajja, Sulaiti Kyambadde, Ronald Muwonge and Andrew Kawuma.
The others have only been identified as Lusembo, Kasiita, Luyobya among others.
Charles Kirumira Lwanga, the Kyotera County NUP Parliamentary candidate, says their members were picked up by armed operatives in uniform and some in plain-clothes who were travelling in two numberless Toyota Hiace Drone-vans took them to an unknown location.
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