Bobi Wine through his lead counsel Medard Sseggona, Wine requested the Supreme Court on Thursday to give him more time to file the remaining affidavits: 50 on Friday and the remaining 50 on Monday, next week.
However, Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo denied the request and ruled that they should be filed by Sunday (14th February).
Mr Wine has already filed 40 affidavits accusing the police and military of disrupting and interfering with both his campaigns and the elections. This follows the arrest of his followers during his campaigns and others allegedly blocked from voting with this evidence Kyagulanyi seem to be ahead of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
And also to make President Museveni situation worse European Union legislators proposed that all member states should review the aid they donate to the East African country. They suggested total aid cut and suspension of ties with the Yoweri Museveni government.
635 legislators supported the sanctions on Uganda, 45 didn’t while the 18 abstained.
The EU says the government of Uganda has acted with impunity while conducting the concluded polls. According to the European Union report, the Ugandan government is accused of masterminding arbitrary arrests, abductions, mass killings and curtailing freedoms of expression by shutting down the internet so the European Union parliament has raised 19 concerns on which they are to rely on while they are to impose economic sanctions on Uganda following a disputed general election.
READ ALSO : Letter to President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni