In Kasangati, a few miles from Kampala lies a house that’s regarded as a ” state house” although not recognised by Ugandan law. The Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye and his close political allies run a number of errands from this compound including press conferences and other close door party meetings. The opposition leader is under constant government surveillance; in Kizza’s words, democracy is a struggle. Africa Uncensored’s John Allan Namu had an exclusive interview with Kizza Besigye at his home recently.

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