He further added that he will have to continue with his tour like they had planned. The ban was imposed on him after touring the Western, Eastern and Northern parts of Uganda. He was remaining with some few districts to get to go.
While in Luwero last week, Bobi Wine made some statements about President Museveni. He talked about the tribe President Museveni comes from referring to it as tribalistic.
According to the politician, he didn’t do anything bad and writing to police at the beginning of his tour was just to alert them not to ask for permission.
He said he is not ready to obey any illegal rules put up by police themselves because the orders are politically motivated.
“When we wrote to police, we were not seeking permission from them but we were just notifying them.
Deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj. Gen Geoffrey Tumusiime Katsigazi does not have powers to ban activities of political parties. I want to assure you that we’ll never obey any illegal and emotional orders,” he said in a statement.
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