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Sad Day To Ugandans: Bobi Wine Suffers Greatly

Edwine Agesa



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Photo: Robert Kyagulanyi

Ugandan presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine is still under house arrest. According to reports by the East African on Tuesday January 26, Bobi Wine’s residence was still under heavy siege by Ugandan police.

The report disclosed that despite the order by Ugandan High Court to vacate the premises, the police backed by the army had not left yet. There was still heavy presence of the military in the compound as of 2pm on Monday.

The army and police were still deployed at Bobi Wine’s home in Magere Village, Wakiso District in the evening with more than 4 roadblocks and checkpoints on the roads towards it.

Journalists were also barred from accessing the home with some being turned away at the second roadblock towards the home.

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga had noted that the police would respect the order and leave the area. This was, however, not the case as the second runners up in the concluded elections continued to be confined to his residence.

The High Court had last week ordered that Bobi Wine and and his wife Barbara Hungo be accorded their personal liberty and be allowed to leave their compound.

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Bobi Wine lost to long time president Yoweri Museveni in the January 14 elections.

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