National Unity Platform (NUP) presidential Candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu will resume his campaign trail on Monday.
Kyagulanyi’s campaign was cut short on Wednesday after he was arrested in Luuka district and detained at Nalufenya Police Station.
On Friday Kyagulanyi was granted bail by Iganga Magistrate Court.
The NUP Spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi says that Kyagulanyi will resume his campaigns in Kyenjojo and Fort portal on Monday November 23.
According to Ssenyonyi, they are plans to reschedule his campaign programs in places where he was supposed to go before, he was arrested. The districts are Mpigi, Masaka, Kalungu, Mbarara, Lyantonde.
Kyagulanyi said that his supporters are determined to keep fighting for change in the country. He added that the actions of security personnel are a sign of cowardice, fear and lack of hope.
Kyagulanyi rallied Ugandans to turn up in big numbers and cast their vote.
Kyagulanyi also appreciated the gesture of the other presidential candidates who united in solidarity when he was arrested.
Some of the candidates who suspended their campaigns when Kyagulanyi was arrested included Independent candidate Henry Tumukunde, Democratic Party’s Nobert Mao, Gen Gregg Mugisha Muntu of the Alliance for National Transformations (ANT) and Independent candidate John Katumba.