By Arthur Wadero
The National Unity Platform (NUP) leadership has asked the European Union leadership in Uganda to engage President Museveni to end the continued acts of human rights violation in the country.
In his address to the media after the two hour meeting held at the party leader Robert Kyagulanyi’s home in Magere, the party spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi revealed that they believe president Museveni would listen to the EU leaders.
He said the ambassaors are very concerned about the Human rights violations in Uganda but have been asked not to be silent about what is going on in Uganda.
Among the matters that NUP discussed with the EU leadership include arbitrary arrests, abductions and heavy hand security using on the citizens.
The EU team was led by the EU head of Delegation in Uganda Mr Attilio Pacifici along ambassadors representing 9 European countries in Uganda Germany, Belgium, Austria, Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Ireland and Denmark.