Andrew Mwenda blasts Bobi Wine over Demonstrations

A bitter Andrew Mwenda has once again come out to say that the National Unity Party head Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine should just accept defeat than wasting time by telling people to go out to the streets to demonstrate.

His remarks comes minutes when the National Unity Party leader is expected to address the nation today 8pm after a disruption of the internet and sudden power cut off on friday.

Bobi wine’s address is expected to centre around his plan B challenging the victory of president Museveni who was declared winner of the January 14 elections.

Bobi Wine sometimes back while addressing the media at his home

According to Mwenda, Bobi wine is trying to account for the money from his funders and therefore he is acting out of panic to tell innocent young Ugandans to go to the streets yet he is aware that he is putting the youths into trouble.

“Kyagulanyi is trying to balance his books to impress his funders. He is now telling our innocent youths to go the streets yet he knows that there will be trouble. He is such a bad person.” Mwenda said.

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Mwenda mentioned that the call for peaceful demonstrations is just sugar coating the real bad intentions of destroying the peace of Uganda that Museveni’s government fought for.

Andrew advised Bobi wine that he should look at what happened to his predecessors who also once tried to incite the public to go the streets especially after loosing the elections.

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Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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