Uganda’s categorical antithesis personality Kizza Besigye has been taken into military control after vowing to lead a critique impetus opposite President Yoweri Museveni’s choosing victory.
Mr Besigye was bundled into a military outpost when he attempted to leave his home, where he had been underneath residence arrest, witnesses said.
He has discharged Thursday’s check as “fraudulent”.
Mr Museveni won by a landslide to extend his 30-year rule.
In a BBC interview, he deserted allegations of opinion rigging, and indicted Mr Besigye of formulation to stimulate violence.
Responding to critique from European Union observers that a electoral elect “lacked autonomy and transparency”, Mr Museveni told a BBC’s Zuhura Yunus that “those Europeans are not serious”.
“Transparency is what we’ve been voting for,” he added.
Official formula gave Mr Museveni scarcely 61% of a votes, with Mr Besigye holding 35%.
Mr Museveni seized energy in 1986 and is credited with restoring fortitude to Uganda. However, critics contend he has turn increasingly authoritarian.