The driver identified as Kawooya Yasin was shot and killed on Monday evening following what is said to have been a chaotic situation during the Arua municipality by-election campaigns.
Opposition protesters threw stones at the presidential convoy and security forces intervened. Mr Kyagulanyi’s driver was shot dead, and the MP believes that he was the intended target.
The police’s version of events differ. We will bring you updates on their joint security press conference now under way.
Police is yet to give an official statement.
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