Bobi Wine Cries out for his missing friend selector Davie

Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert commonly known as Bobi Wine has expressed his sad and tearful moments of how he is missing selector Davie who was arrested by Uganda special forces from his home a night before elections. Since that day no one know his whereabouts.

Bobi through his Facebook page has cried out and narrated his story and how he met Selector Davie.


I met Lule David David Bwanika aka @SelectorDavie in the same year I met Barbie Kyagulanyi He was adopted at the age of 9 by Barbie’s Aunt who lived in Nsambya. When Barbie came to Kampala in her S.6 vacation, she lived with her aunt in Nsambya and therefore lived in the same house with her Auntie’s adopted son, her adopted cousin.

Selector Davie

When I met Barbie, it was this ‘adopted’ brother in law of mine that would be the go between me and Barbie throughout all our young courtship.

Davie and I became so close that following in my footsteps, he also went into music and became a succesful DJ and sound engineer. He also became so outspoken about issues of his country Uganda and was very instrumental in our campaign. He was our sound engineer on the campaign trail.

Like hundreds of my close working associates, Davies’s home in Magere was raided by soldiers on the night 12th of January, they beat him so bad before they bundled him in a drone van they came with and took him away. It is two weeks now and we all don’t know where he is. Efforts to search for him have all been futile.

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We suspect that, like many comrades who have been abducted by soldiers, he must be languishing in some torture chamber or safe house some where, or even murdered.

I pray that you’re still alive my brother, where ever you are. We are with you, you’re in our hearts and prayers

It is always darkest before the sun rises. God is with us. Tetulina musango!


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

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