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Bobi Wine Expresses Disappointment In NBS For Hosting Ofwono Opondo Again

Bobi Wine Expresses Disappointment In NBS For Hosting Ofwono Opondo Again

Former presidential candidate, Bobi Wine, has expressed disappointment in NBS TV after it hosted the Executive Director of Uganda Media Centre, Ofwono Opondo.

He says after what happened between Opondo and Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago, the least he should do is apologise which he has never done. According to him, this is promoting impunity in the country.

“This person viciously assaulted a person live on TV, no one other than the Lord Mayor of Kampala Capital City. I wonder what the very media house on which he carried out his transgressions is promoting by hosting him again without any apology or sanction.”

The Lord Mayor and Ofwono almost fought live on set while they were on NBS TV. Much as the public didn’t exactly see what happened between these two, Lukwago says he was assaulted.

However, he accused NBS of obstructing justice when they refused to a avail him with the video clip.

However, some people say Bobi Wine is blowing things out of proportion.

“Stop preaching hatred , Opondo appologised. Maybe you wanted him to appologise to you Mr principal. @nbstv should invite you in their management meetings or provide u with a weekly report on what they do, because they engaged both parties and resolved what happened,” a one Yusuf Mulondo said.

Erias Lukwago dragged Ofwono Opondo to court

In similar news recently published by NEWSLEXPOINT.com, Erias Lukwago, the Kampala Lord Mayor dragged government spokesperson, Ofwono Opondo, to the High Court. The Lord Mayor seeks damage over the assault that happened at the NBS TV studios

The following day, Erias Lukwago ran to the police after Ofwono Opondo assaulted him on live television. He recorded a statement at Kira Road Police accusing the latter of threatening violence and assault.

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