FDC presidential candidate, Kizza Besigye, FDC president Mugisha Muntu, Secretary for mobilisation, Ingrid Turinawe, and chairman, Amb Wasswa Birigwa, have been arrested.
The operation headed by Andrew Felix Kaweesi, who is the current in-charge of Kampala Metropolitan region, came amid reports that the opposition party was about to release results parallel to those released by the electoral commission.
Police deployed heavily and sealed off the party headquarters premises located along Entebbe road.
Representatives of opposition candidates earlier stormed out in protest of the results saying no one was tallying but EC had “ready-made” results.
Police fired live bullets and teargas to disperse a crowd and rowdy FDC youth who had camped at the headquarters calling upon the country to join them.
FDC officials say police first barricaded, sprayed teargas and forcefully broke into their offices and arrested their bosses.
This is the fourth time Besigye is arrested in one week.
He was arrested and detained twice on Monday in Kampala and Wandegeya, then arrested on Thursday in Naguru and then today along Entebbe road.
Meanwhile, there was another scuffle as FDC youth reportedly drove Kaweesi out of their offices.
Kaweesi told press they were not stopping FDC from tallying their votes but were concerned about announcing parallel results.
“Its only the electoral commission to do so. We cannot take chances as far as FDC is concerned.”