Soldiers who surrounded Bobi Wine's house and kept him under house arrest since the end of the presidential election have vacated his residence.
Following a court order, soldiers surrounding the house of Bobi Wine, leader of the opposition group in Uganda have vacated his home.
Recall that on Monday a Ugandan court ordered the military and police to leave his house.
But, as reported by the BBC in an earlier post, soldiers did not leave his house straight away after the court order.
He had not left his house on the outskirts of the capital —Kampala since voting in the presidential election earlier this month, in which he was declared runner-up to President Yoweri Museveni.
Following the court order, Bobi Wine has now left his house to address the media, reports Uganda's Daily Monitor.
This comes after the order of the court was obeyed.