Bobi Wine paralyzes Luweero in his countrywide tour, concerned of broken promises by President Museveni.

The opposition National Unity Platform (NUP) party president Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has expressed concern about what he calls broken promises by President Yoweri Museveni to the people of Luweero.

Ugandan opposition leader and musician Bobi Wine, also known as Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, brought the town of Luweero to a standstill during his #NupCountryWideTour. The tour, organized by his political party, the National Unity (NUP), aimed to rally support and connect with citizens across the country.

Luweero, historically significant for its role in Uganda’s political history, witnessed a massive turnout of supporters and curious onlookers as Bobi Wine’s motorcade weaved through its streets. The atmosphere was charged with enthusiasm and anticipation, as people gathered to catch a glimpse of the charismatic leader.

One of the defining moments of the tour was Bobi Wine’s impassioned address to the crowd, where he spoke about the need for change and the aspirations of the Ugandan people. He touched on issues such as social justice, youth empowerment, and economic opportunities, striking a chord with the audience.

The #NupCountryWideTour is part of Bobi Wine’s ongoing efforts to engage with citizens at the grassroots level, listening to their concerns, and sharing his vision for a more inclusive and democratic Uganda. His ability to mobilize large crowds underscores his popularity and the growing momentum of the opposition movement.

However, it’s important to note that Bobi Wine’s political journey has been marked by challenges, arrests, allegations of human rights abuses, and a fraught relationship with the ruling government. Despite these obstacles, his resilience and commitment to political change have continued to inspire many Ugandans.

According to Kyagulanyi, it is sad to see that after 37 years since the 1981-86 NRM Bush war ended, the people of Luweero are still suffering from unhealed trauma and broken promises.

In a message before his arrival to the people of Luweero through a tweet, Kyagulanyi has said that: “Today (Friday), we are taking them a message of hope.”

He also says that he is concerned that the NRA rebels turned Luweero into a pot of misery after they murdered and plundered their way into power.

Although Museveni’s government has registered some achievements, in the last 37 years, a lot is still missing which NUP wants to fix, Kyagulanyi asserted.

Before press time, Kyagulanyi had just arrived in Luweero town and had opened their party office so that he proceeded to Kasana grounds where NUP organized an address to the party supporters as he winds up this week’s party nationwide tour.

Police patrol is visible along the Kampala-Gulu highway, to ensure peace and security.

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