Independent candidate Amama Mbabazi says he will not accept the outcomes of the presidential elections should he witness any form of rigging.
Speaking to the press at his home in Kololo, the former premier said that he is aware of plans to rig the vote.
“They may plan to rig, should that happen this time I will not accept,” Mbabazi said.
This is not the first candidate being sceptical with the electoral process, this morning at Sheraton hotel Ms Maureen Kyalya while in the lobby was overheard on phone claiming elections have already been rigged.
FDC EC officials headed by Dan Mugarura also this morning at a press conference reiterated they have wind that ballots were allegedly being pre-ticked in areas where their candidate has finished campaigns.
“We have received information from a number of places that there is pre-ticking of ballots especially where our candidate comes from,” Mugarura said.
The electoral commission chairman, Eng Badru Kiggundu, however, asserts that elections will be free and fair calling upon people to turn up as early and possible to vote.
The country is voting its new president today Thursday February 18.