Fresh riots broke out in parts of Ugandan capital Kampala on Monday as the aftermath of the chaotic Arua Municipality by-election continues to playout. Police closed off the Equatoria shopping Mall, Kyaggwe Road and the Kisseka Market as they engaged in running battles with protestors demanding the release from detention of Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, musician-turned politician Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi, known as Bobi Wine. The rioters, chanting Mr Kyagulanyi’s slogan, ‘People Power. Our power’, on Monday afternoon lit bonfires at Kisekka Market, Namirembe Road and Kikuubo Market Lane. Police and army used teargas and live bullets to disperse the protestors. Riots paralyse Ugandan capital - PHOTOS You looking at the makings of a civil war.