Electoral Commission has impounded a vehicle belonging to Timothy Okee Jokene, a candidate for the Gulu mayoral seat accusing him of interfering with the campaign rally of his rival.
David Anyanzo, the EC registrar for Gulu says that he ordered police to impound the vehicle that was fitted with a music system because Okee was trying to interfere with the campaign rally of Christopher Acire.
He says that the vehicle that was decorated with campaign posters of Jokene showed up at Agwee Village in Laroo division playing loud music where Acire was addressing a rally.
He says that according to the campaign program, Jokene was not supposed to appear in Agwee on Saturday when the incident occurred. Both candidates have not commented on the incident.
Martin Amoru, the northern Uganda regional Police Commander says that the candidate's campaign agents who were traveling on the vehicle would be charged with interfering with election programs.
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