Several Ugandans have been injured as security forces dispersed supporters of presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, known as Bobi Wine, in Kayunga, near Kampala.
Four members of his campaign team have been injured. One of them, identified as Bobi Wine’s music producer Dan Magic, was hit in the face.
A police officer who is part of the security detail given to presidential candidates by the Electoral Commission also suffered head injuries.
Almost two weeks ago, 54 people died in protests as the candidates’ supporters called for his release from detention. He had been arrested at a campaign rally.
Bobi Wine was later charged with violating pandemic restrictions on gathering of crowds and granted bail.
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni condemned protesters and warned opposition politicians who he said misled young people to get involved in violence.