The BBC Interviews President Museveni In Uganda

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The BBC Africa team spoke with Uganda's President, Yoweri Museveni, to talk about claims of vote rigging and criticism from international election observers. Mr Museveni was declared winner of Uganda's election on Saturday extending his rule to a potential 35 years.

The interview is available here: (and the clip can also be embedded). A video clip is also available on the BBC Africa Youtube channel:

Mr Museveni gave his first interview since returning to power to BBC Africa's Zuhura Yunus at his home in Rwakitura, Western Uganda.

In the interview Mr. Museveni says of term limits: “We don’t believe in term limits”, on the arrests of opposition party leaders “They were colluding, they were working together” and on the military presence he mentions there being “a young culture of democracy - some of these participants are not civil”.

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