Renegade UPDF colonel Samson Mande on Saturday led protests against President Yoweri Museveni in Sweden.
The protests were organised by Uganda Diaspora P10, the global pressure group for democracy and humans rights advocacy.
Mande and other Ugandans living in the diaspora took to the streets of Stockholm Sweden in protest of the way Museveni is leading Uganda.
People of different colours and nationalities carrying placards that described President Museveni as “a dictator” attended the demo.
The demonstration was part of a wider campaign to protest the 2016 general elections in Uganda and the alleged “coup” against the people of Uganda.
According to the P10 Sweden Chapter coordinator, the demonstration also hinges on wanton human rights abuses against Dr Kizza Besigye, opposition activists as well as Kasese killings.
On Friday, the Swedish diaspora leaders including Mande had a meeting with the Foreign minister of Sweden to present specific demands.
Mande was accused of leading a rebel group People’s Redemption Army (PRA) although court said the outfit never actually existed.
In January 2016, Mande said he would return to Uganda soon.