A woman gets off a truck with pictures of National Resistance Movement (NRM) party candidate Yoweri Museveni in Masindi town January 23, 2016 ahead of the February 18 presidential election. REUTERS/James Akena
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Ugandan opposition groups expressed outrage on Wednesday after the country's police chief was quoted in a local newspaper telling a civilian anti-crime force to prepare for "war" after next month's presidential vote.The police denied the commanding officer had made the remarks.The government has steadfastly denied such charges.In a meeting with "crime preventers," a volunteer force recruited and managed by police and whose members have been accused of carrying out assaults against government critics, police chief Kale Kayihura said the group should be prepared to defend against election rigging by the opposition.
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