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Kyagulanyi Takes Mobilization Tour to Luwero :: Uganda Radionetwork
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Kyagulanyi Takes Mobilization Tour to Luwero

Kyagulanyi has been telling the masses that the reason for his nationwide tour is not to seek votes but to urge them to rise up against the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) government which has been in power since 1986. He also reasons that while addressing rallies he is not being disrupted by security agencies like it was before, because President Yoweri Museveni is scared of the possible reaction by the international community.
08 Sep 2023 09:24
A sticker with messages asking NUP supporters to welcome Kyagulanyi in Luwero
The National Unity Platform (NUP) party President Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine is expected in Luwero District on Friday to start his mobilization campaign.

Kyagulanyi is expected to open the party’s offices in Luwero town council located near Kasana sports grounds. He will address his supporters in Luwero and Wobulenzi town council and in Bamunanika.

One of the top party mobilizers in the central region Faridah Nabatanzi has rallied NUP supporters to turn up in big numbers to welcome Kyagulanyi.

After Luwero District, Kyagulanyi will continue to Arua on Wednesday.

During the previous mobilization campaign, Kyagulanyi has been telling his supporters that the reason for his tour was not to seek votes but to urge them to rise up against the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) government which has been in power since 1986.

He also reasons that while addressing rallies he is not being disrupted by security agencies like it was before, because President Yoweri Museveni is scared of the possible reaction by the international community. Uganda Radio Network (URN) could not independently verify this claim.

Early this week, police spokesperson Fred Enanga warned Kyagulanyi against disregarding the agreed-upon rules during the ongoing countrywide tour. He said Kyagulanyi and his supporters had refused to heed to some of the guidelines provided to them, noting that they have noticed that in some of the mobilization campaigns they have been working outside the framework they had earlier agreed upon.

Police last week said that they would only allow Bobi Wine’s rallies and assemblies at the NUP party offices countrywide or in enclosed spaces to avoid disrupting other members of the public.

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