Police has surrounded the home of Nakawa MP-elect Michael Kabaziguruka and placed it under a siege.
“My home has been surrounded by Uganda police,” the legislator said on Wednesday morning.
He added: “They are trying to gain access”.
He has been reportedly told not to leave his residence today.
Kabaziguruka is the opposition FDC party candidate who trounced Attorney General Fred Ruhindi to take the Nakawa Division parliamentary seat in the 2016 general elections.
The win brought to an end Ruhindi’s 15 years as Member of Parliament who had taken over from former local government minister Jaberi Bidandi Ssali in 2001.
Kabaziguruka, who is now under house arrest is the deputy chairperson of FDC Electoral Commission.
Yesterday, police stormed FDC headquarters in Najjanankumbi and seized flyers which were to be used during Kizza Besigye’s swearing in ceremony.
Other FDC officials are also still being confined to their homes as “a precautionary measure”.