Presidential candidate John Katumba was Tuesday forced to address supporters in Kyenjojo District by the roadside affter being blocked by police.
Kyenjojo DPC Julius Bagaza says Katumba had not booked any specific venue for his campaign.
Katumba earlier promised to provide jobs for the youth in Bunyoro sub-region, especially in the oil and gas industry when he is elected President.
He met with officials of the Bunyoro- Kitara kingdom and campaigned in Hoima city.
He was later barred from carrying out his campaign in Kyenjojo district.
After a successful campaign in Kyegegwa, Katumba headed to Fort Portal and made a stop over at a petrol started and started talking to his supporters that were elated to see him.
Police arrived when he had just started talking to his supporters.
“Why are you campaigning at a petrol station?” the police officer asked Katumba.
“I’m not campaigning, did you hear Katumba oyee anywhere?” Katumba replied before seating on the ground in protest.
He was later driven to his campaign grounds.
He promised residents of Tooro to benefit from the oil.
He also promised to build for the region more schools.