KAMPALA — Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has decried media ownership in Uganda— noting that majority of TV and radio stations are owned by regime apologists.
Bobi Wine was speaking to NBS Television on Wednesday morning via a video link and blasted of flouting the constitution.
The said media doesn’t effectively reach 30% of the population and that A bad election is more dangerous to Uganda than COVID19.
“I am warning those old men not to mess us up. They are putting our country in danger,” he said adding that, “Unless the EC lives on Mars, they should be aware of what is going. People are packed and going on with their usual business. This is the same EC that connived with security officials to stop our consultations”.
Bobi Wine also added that the idea of scientific election is not about balance because you can never push a dictator.
“As soon as the EC came out with this nonsense (scientific election), the media quickly came in to make it sound rosy,” Bobi Wine said.
He challenged President Museveni who has been in power since before the Berlin Wall fell to a free and fair election, claiming the incumbent after 35 years in power is at his his weakest point.
“I dare him to a real election. Any candidate comfortable with this joke of a scientific election is working with him. Our mission is to take off Museveni. We are not joking,” he added.
He said he is into the race to put an end to the dictatorship.
“I have no business staying MP when Uganda is still under a dictatorship. This is not about me, Kyadondo was there before I was born. I just have to accomplish my mission now. I am here for a purpose.”