Talk about election violence meant to instill fear in electorate – Mulengani

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The Ugandan representative at the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) Bernard Mulengan says that the opposition talk about violence is their political game to put the public in fear. This as the army, police and religious leaders have warned against the looming political violence in 2016 general elections.
Mulengan says that Ugandans should be calm because no one will cause violence since the police and army is on alert. He says that the public should know that the opposition has never accepted presidential elections since 1996. He says that the sitting president will hand over power peaceful if he is defeated in the 2016 presidential elections.

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