Bobi Wine gives this advise to religious leaders.

Former presidential candidate and as well as the National Unity platform president Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert alias Bobi Wine has today made his first appearance at Rubaga Cathedral since he landed back to Uganda on Thursday.

The NUP president who joined the mass in the Easter prayers and condolences to the catholic church over the death of a prominent religious leaders, Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga who passed on yesterday at his home.

Bobi Wine while addressing the mass, he argued the religious leaders to copy the examples which were laid by the Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga of being outspoken amidst the intimidations from the state.

“we were raised by the time when we had no right to speak about the goings on in the country, only we could do was to speak behind closed doors but I thank God that for this catholic generation we speak without fear ‘ – Bobi Wine said.

He continued to ask the religious leaders to speak about the injustices because it’s the only way they can use to put an end to what he called illegal and unconstitutional acts which are being done by the regime.

Kyagulanyi basked the government to bring the report about the death of Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga in a professional manner.

” I want to join the whole country to ask the government to produce a report about the cause of Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga’ s death together with other religious leaders who have died in unclear circumstances ‘ – Bobi Wine added.

Read: Shocking: Archibishop Dr Cyprian Kizito Lwanga last message to Uganda Government

He continued to thank the Buganda King, the catholic church together with all the religious leaders across the devine who have played a role in raising their voices against the ongoing injustices, torture and abductions which are currently happening in the country.

Watch Kyagulanyi’s speech today at Rubaga Cathedral.

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

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