PICTORIAL: Police, Army Raid Bobi Wine’s NUP Headquarters

Joint security forces have raided and cordoned off the National Unity Platform – NUP party Head Office, in Kamwokya.

This happened as NUP supporters with their president Bobi Wine were planning to hold prayers for their people who died in the struggle.

NUP President Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu in a statement on his socials says, “The raid is in order to block us from holding prayers for our dead, detained and disappeared comrades.”

According to Kyagulanyi, “No one is allowed to enter or leave the office. While they do this, they will shamelessly gather today to celebrate “independence” even when they behave worse than the colonialists. The cowardly regime will never have the last laugh!!”

Bobi Wine said the government is not shameful as they block the opposition and go somewhere to celebrate independence like everything is clear.

Bobi Wine who returned to Uganda last week after a diaspora campaign was whisked away from the airport to his home in Magere, Wakiso district by security operatives.

Police registered it as a success since business remained as usual and no property was damaged and lives were lost.


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