The National Unity Platform president Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine, has accused the government of arresting his supporters over the Declaration of Results Forms.
According to Bobi Wine on Thursday last week armed men moving in a minibus (drone) vehicle with concealed private number plates raided the working place of one of his supporters at Nasser Road.
Kyagulanyi said Umar Kagimu, one of the arrested, has been working in the printing business for some years and has been printing People Power and NUP materials, including posters and fliers.
Bobi Wine said they suspected him of having some of their DR Forms adding that he was violently arrested in a manner that violates his freedom.
According to Kyagulanyi his family says he is being held at Mbuya military barracks, Kagimu becomes the fifth person targeted by the regime over DR Forms.
According to Bobi Wine, to date, over 8000 copies have been confiscated by security operatives from leaders and agents.
Bobi Wine said they will continue to gather evidence of vote rigging, ballot stuffing, violence by security operatives and alteration of DR forms among others.
There was no immediate response from the government over the matter.