Reports from Masaka district indicate that posters of presidential candidate, Amama Mbabazi, have been torn by rowdy members of the public.
The Masaka Municipality MP, Mathias Mpuuga, says a group of youth moved very early and plucked all Amama posters in town and made away with them while others were torn to pieces.
Some of Amama posters were covered with those of President Museveni.
He wants police to hunt them down and put them under arrest.
Amama is expected to hold his first rally at Golf Course grounds in Masaka town.
Amama supporter abducted
Meanwhile, a Go-Forward youth coordinator, Meddie Kikomeko, is nursing injuries after he was abducted and beaten up.
According to URN, Kikomeko’s white Toyota Premio UAB 873 was also burnt during the attack.
The incident occurred on Saturday night at Kabosa village in Lugusulu sub county, Sembabule district.
Kikomeko says that he was moving door to door urging residents to turn up in big numbers for former premier Mbabazi’s first presidential campaign rally in Masaka.
He was also putting up Mbabazi posters.
He was approached by two men who ordered him to get into his car.
After Masaka, Mbabazi will head to Mukono town on Tuesday for another rally.
On Wednesday, he will proceed to Mityana town to address residents.
On Thursday, he will be in Luweero where Museveni launched his campaign today.