Bobi Wine Exposes NBS Uganda how they teamed With Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to release Fake Results

National Unity Platform-NUP President Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert commonly known as Bobi wine has exposed NBS TV how they sided with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to release Fake Presidential Results.

After Ugandan elections were over and Museveni announced as the winner of the presidential seat. His opponent Bobi Wine seams to believe that the elections were rigded and there results were not true. Bobi so has been sharing situation and videos exposing how Museveni working together with the Millitary and media riged the elections.

The Pop Star turned Politician through his Facebook has posted the following information ” At the height of the most fraudulent election in our nation’s history, after the regime locked out credible election observers and cut off the internet; after the regime came out and said that NO ONE except the Electoral Commission had the authority to release election results, NBS was at hand to assist the dictatorship in committing the most vile crime against the people of Uganda.

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NBS claimed to have established its own Tally Center (which other media houses were not allowed to do), and by 11:00pm, they were saying that Museveni had 63% from several districts. Most citizens wondered where these results were coming from. To complete their well calibrated plan, they lined up some so-called analysts to justify the results. It was clear the intention was to create the impression that Museveni was leading so as to dampen the spirits of the citizens who had roundly rejected the dictatorship. Shame upon whoever was part of the plot to subvert the will of the people. Ugandans are certainly watching.

This week, I wrote a protest letter to them to express my disappointment, which very many Ugandans have expressed. #WeAreRemovingADictator”

READ ALSO : Bobi Wine interests were for Uganda at large not Buganda, Fr Anthony Musaala

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

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