An Ugandan gathering called National Online Taskforce which is associated to the decision party has risen prepared to fortify the rejecting of the presidential age restrict statement with the goal that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni remains in office until the end of time.
Yoweri Museveni, 72 has been in control throughout the previous 30 years. In 2005 standards constraining presidential rule for just two terms was discarded enabling him to remain on. He is as of now one of the longest-serving presidents in Africa.
Museveni has not declared his intentions to run for another term but the move by Ugandan group to lift 75 year age limit will allow him to reign for another term. The Ugandan group vowed to unconditionally support and defend the removal of presidential age limits saying the country really needs President Museveni. Museveni, was declared elected president for another five-year term in February after winning with 60.8 percent of the vote.
The Opposition Chief Kizza Besigye criticized the election describing it as a sham and the most fraudulent electoral process ever witnessed in Uganda.
Besigye faced arrest in the run-up to the election and was put under house arrest soon after the results were declared for trying to lead a protest.