“He Was Planning Deadly Move Against Uganda”- Police Detains American Over Subversive Activities

“He Was Planning Deadly Move Against Uganda”- Police Detains American Over Subversive Activities

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By Spy Uganda

Western, Uganda: Uganda said late on Monday it had detained an American national for involvement in subversive activities amid a deadly crackdown against opponents of longtime President Yoweri Museveni that has drawn growing international censure.

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In a brief statement on its Facebook account, Uganda Police said it had arrested the American, Guy Smith, in a town in the country’s west on Sunday.

He was detained “for his alleged involvement in anti-government subversive activities. He remains in custody at…as inquiries continue. Any new information will be communicated accordingly,” the statement said.

Police gave no further details.

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In an email, a U.S. State Department official said the government was aware of the arrest but did not provide details.

“We have seen reports of a detained U.S. citizen in Uganda. Whenever a U.S. citizen is detained overseas, we stand ready to provide all appropriate consular services.”

Museveni, 76, who has ruled the east African country since 1986, faces an invigorated opposition led by pop star and lawmaker Bobi Wine whose energy and music have galvanized support from the country’s youth.

Wine, 39, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi, rejected results of the Jan. 14 presidential elections that declared he had lost to Museveni, saying he won but Museveni stole the election using ballot stuffing, intimidation, falsification of tally sheets and other tactics.

Wine has urged supporters to stage protests and assert his victory although, during the government crackdown on opponents, his calls have gone largely unheeded.

But Museveni, in speeches, has depicted Wine as a puppet of foreign interests, including homosexuals.

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