Police has arrested two youths of the Uganda Young Democrats who stormed the American Embassy to campaign for Donald Trump on Tuesday.
The group of five youth were cornered at the entrance of the US embassy in Nsambya along Ggaba road where they had gone to solicit support for the Republican candidate.
Police barred the group from entering and arrested Moses Bigirwa, an aide to Gen. David Sejusa and Allan Kitonsa.
They duo was rushed to Kabalagala police station and detained.
Their colleagues; Kizza Hakim, Kayondo Juma and Nsibuka Harunah escaped arrest.
The same group not long ago stormed parliament to protest against the age limit bill.
According to the youth, Trump promised to depose long serving African presidents including President Yoweri Museveni, hence they had to show their solidarity.
Trump running against Hilary Clinton to replace Barack Obama as US president.