Bobi Wine is such a strong person who is not in anyway ready to give up, this has come after him releasing shocking details of Museveni commander who has greatly played a role in violation of human rights in Uganda.
Lt Col Namanya Napoleone Kyabihende who has been on different occasions has been seen commanding military personnel to beat up people and the last incident was on Wednesday when he commanded the military to beat up journalists who had gone to cover Bobi Wine ‘ s petition at United Nations Human Rights offices in Kololo
Through his Facebook page, Bobi Wine asked why Lt Col Namanya Napoleone Kyabihende wasn’t among the seven army men who were arrested for the act of beating journalists yet he was their commander.
Bobi wine posted ‘This is Lt Col Namanya Napoleone Kyabihende, Director Operations Military Police and formerly from SFC.
He used to head Museveni’s inner security circle.
He was named in the shooting in the Kasubi tombs on 16th March 2010 which saw three people dead and five injured.
He commanded the military interception on us in Busega on 27th December 2020 as we rushed Ashraf Kasirye to hospital after he was shot on the head during our campaign in Masaka. In Busega, as we pleaded to be allowed to rush Ashraf to hospital, Napoleon and his men, driving a military police truck run over our comrade Frank Senteza and killed him. Some of our comrades were brutally beaten and are still nursing wounds.
He commanded the militarily raid on my campaign team in Kalangala Island on 30th December 2020, an ambush which saw over 100 of our comrades arrested and tortured. Most of them are still languishing in Kitarya prison.
Yesterday, the same man, Namanya commanded the group soldiers who beat up and badly injured journalists and elected leaders and also smashed and vandalised their vehicles at the UN Human Rights office when we had gone to deliver a petition against the ongoing Human Rights violations in Uganda. Namanya personally hit NTV’s John Cliff Wamala on the head, causing a deep wound.
Today, when the military paraded soldiers that they claim to have beaten journalists, I did not see Namanya.
This should teach everyone that in Uganda today, some people commit crimes while others pay for the crimes.’