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Bobi Wine Blasts The Public And Institutional Tribalism In Uganda 

The National Unity Platform leader Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine has come to blast the ruling regime for openly practicing tribalism in Uganda. This is done at an institutional and public level.

Bobi Wine further blasted the government for witch-hunting those who speak against it instead of apprehending those that promote it.

“They practice TRIBALISM publicly and institutionally, but they’re not ashamed to blame those who expose and speak about it. #Hypocrites,”

This saw numerous opinions in the ex-Kyadondo east legislator’s comment section.

Some accused him of being the chief propagator of tribalism while others concurred with his tweet.

“You’re nothing less of a hooligan. You’re the biggest spreader of Tribalism in this country,” one of the comments read.

“Every govt agency and ministry screams nepotism,” another read.

Having over 50+ ethnicities, tribalism is a factor that has always lingered around Uganda’s political, economic and social living. It in fact plays a huge role in the strata of Ugandan society and at times looks a boiling pot of violence waiting to erupt.

It should also be recalled that a one Yiga Kisakyamukama just this week was recorded in some despicable acts.

Taking to a camera, Kisakyamukama, a self-proclaimed NRM staunch fan undressed and showed his bare buttocks saying that it’s what the Baganda deserve.

He said that he and his colleagues were so angry at how the Baganda were jubilating over Gen Elly Tumwine’s death.

Kisakyamukama wondered why neither the Kabaka, Katikiro nor Bobi Wine issued a consoling message with the Central government and the Tumwine’s.

His actions however have left fury raging over different Ugandans because such acts only point to one thing, a looking genocide.

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