KAMPALA – 2021 Presidential hopeful and National Unity Platform (NUP) Principal Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine’s Magere-based home was yesterday night under drone surveillance according to his close associates.
Kyagulanyi’s bodyguard Eddie Mutwe through his official social media platforms shared a picture of a drone and captioned that it was not just a star but a drone surveillance on the singer-cum-politician’s home.
“This is really beyond, the dictator is in total panic for real. This is not just a star; it’s a drone surveilling Bobi Wine’s home,” he posted.
Bobi Wine’s lawyer who also doubles as the Busiro East Member of Parliament Medard Lubega Ssegona also confirmed the reports as he posted on his socials.
“I have received multiple messages about the drone rounding Mr.Kyagulanyi’s residence, I argue you to be strong we should anticipate more than this. Keep it in the sense that extensively is still occurring. We’re ready for what we went in, the liberation of our country will not be attained from a silver plate. Kaput to all!! We possess the Victory Lane,” he posted.
The surveillance comes just a day after a joint security team conducted a raid on NUP offices in Kamwokya where they confiscated various valuables and materials.
Police and military sealed off Bobi Wine offices in Kamwokya ahead of nominations of Members of Parliament and confiscated security cameras, party symbols, money amounting to Ugx 23million and other items found inside its offices
By the time of the raid, NUP officials were holding a meeting with party coordinators. The party described the security forces’ conduct as unbelievable actions by the regime.
“A few pictures taken at our office today. They are taking documents, branding materials, our CCTV cameras, and other gadgets! What a shameless dictator!!,” Bobi Wine, the NUP President said.
Commenting on the raid then, NUP Party Spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi said it’s interesting what fear does to people.
“It causes them to panic and do despicable things. Uganda’s regime is in fear, it’s scared of Ugandans who are hungry for change, but whatever evil they do only emboldens us. Nothing, and I mean nothing, can stop an idea whose time has come!” he shared on Facebook.