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Bobi Wine: Museveni regime Stopped Me From Attending Hakainde’s Inauguration

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The suspicion between Bobi Wine and Uganda’s security forces is thriving terrifically. According to Bobi Wine, He was invited by Zambia’s president elect to attend this year’s swearing ceremony. However, his trip was failed by security at the airport that blocked his travel.

Bobi wine congratuleted president Hakainde Hichilema upon trouncing the incumbent pesident Edgar Lungu in this year’s election. There is very little to trace about the relationship of Bobi Wine and Mr Hichilema. However, shorty after the January election in Uganda Bobi Wine fans attacked H.E Edgar Lungu (Hakainde’s opponent) for congratulating Museveni in an election that was then under contestation by local and international personal and organisations.

The fall of Edgar Lungu’s administration seems have worsened the relationship between the the Lusaka administration and the Kampala regime. At the swearing ceremony wasn’t Uganda’s president but instead the Zambian authorities preferred to host the opposition leader Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine.

Today Bobi Wine took to his facebook and expressed regret for having missed a swearing ceremony that he was scheduled to attend.

Bobi Wine has promised to explicitly, talk about this matter come Thursday/26th/2021.

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