Bobi Wine To Release New Consultations Schedule After Meeting Electoral commission, Police

January 10, 2020

Kyadondo East MP and presidential hopeful Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine is set to issue a new consultations schedule after meeting Electoral commission and police yesterday.

On Monday, Police interrupted the consultation meeting that was scheduled to take place at Our Lady of Good Counsel, Gayaza Parish in Wakiso District. Kyagulanyi and his group were intercepted in Kasangati, arrested and dispersed the crowds with tear gas and live bullets.

Police also blocked other People Power consultations in Gulu and Lira districts respectively saying that they didn’t meet the required guidelines.

Kyagulanyi on Thursday met with officials from the Electoral Commission (EC) and police officials at the EC headquarters in Kampala to inquire on why his meetings were being blocked despite ‘exhausting all legal avenues in their pursuit for rights, fairness and dignity.’

While addressing journalists at the People Power offices in Kamwokya on Thursday evening, the politician cum singer said that police had conceded to having acted outside the law on many issues and said that they were committed to working within the law.

He said, “We put to police all the violations they have been involved in these past few days and demanded that they are put to an end. Indeed, they conceded to having acted outside the law on many issues.”

Kyagulanyi added “In a few days, we shall issue a new schedule of consultations and make it public. We hope that police will stick by the commitments they have made in the meeting.”