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National Unity Platform Is Registered Version Of People Power - Bobi Wine Reveals

National Unity Platform Is Registered Version Of People Power – Bobi Wine Reveals

The Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu popualarly known as Bobi Wine has finally come out to defend his newly formed party known as National Unity Platform, which has confused many Ugandans including some of his supporters.

Most Ugandans believe that the Politician left People Power and formed another political party that will lead him to the presidential seat probably in 2021.

Bobi Wine explained via his Facebook page that since he registered and contested for MP of Kyadondo East and people believed him, it will be the same way people will support him on the ballot paper come 2021 with an Umbrella symbol.

“It was not hard to convince the people of Kyadondo East that Kyagulanyi Ssentamu was the registered version of Bobi Wine that would appear on the ballot paper in 2017, it will therefore be easy to explain to the people of Uganda that National Unity Platform with the Umbrella symbol is the registered version of People Power that will appear on the ballot paper in 2021.”Bobi Wine wrote.

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