Uganda is in a crisis. News of unimaginable brutality continues to pour out of the African country.
Major news media from Uganda and leaders opposed to the president of #Uganda is accusing the government of mass kidnappings and torture of Ugandans.
Many families are reporting that their loved ones have disappeared without trace.
Before and after the January 14th elections it is reported that unmarked vehicles with men carrying high powered rifles are abducting men and women, torturing them and leaving them to die on the road sides.
The election which was to be observed by international press is believed to be one of the most unfair elections in modern history.
Popular musician turned politician #BobiWine has appealed to the world to assist in calling for the brutality to end.
Bobi Wine himself was held under house arrest for weeks after the election.
“Ugandans are demanding that the security forces return our people dead or alive” Robert Kyagulanyi-Bobi Wine
“Today marks 71 days since my entire campaign team was arrested and imprisoned in Kitalya Prison with bogus charges. After being granted bail, they were again rearrested by the Military and taken through grave torture sessions”- Bobi Wine
“Some of our people have been castrated and others have had their eyes placed out. Their limbs have been broken and they have been subjected to advanced forms of torture like waterboarding and electrocution”-Bobi Wine