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Tension as Bobi Wine Flees Uganda ahead of Museveni’s Swearing

The National Unity Platform Leader and Former Presidential aspirant Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine is reportedly set to jet out of the country ahead of Museveni’s swearing-in ceremony as President of the Republic of Uganda.

This was revealed by the party spokesperson and Mp-elect for Nakawa West, Joel Ssenyonyi who said the (NUP) leader is leaving Uganda for a four day working visit where he will be meeting several leaders on the African Continent.

“NUP President Hon. Kyagulanyi Ssentamu is leaving the country for a four day official working visit. While away, he will meet several leaders and fellow strugglists on the African continent in furtherance of our struggle for freedom and democracy,” Ssenyonyi’s post on Facebook read on Friday.

However, according to another reliable source from NUP, Kyagulanyi will be also meeting directors of Vanguard Africa, an organisation that was formed to destabilise African countries and paving way for imperialists to steal resources.

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Key on the agenda of Kyagulanyi’s meetings is soliciting for funds to sustain his planned riots. He is expected to return with millions of dollars to enhance his cause.

Kyagulanyi has been openly working with directors of Vanguard Africa like Jeffrey Smith and other foreigners who have openly started that they want to see Uganda meet Libya’s fate.

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