Ugandans in diaspora join Free Bobi Wine demonstrations as they enter Second day

Ugandans living in the diaspora have joined their fellow citizens at home in the #FreeBobiWine protests from Nalufenya Torture cell as demonstrations enter their second day which have seen seven people confirmed dead and many more nursing injuries.

Following the National Unity Platform presidential flag bearers Mr Robert Kyagulanyi’s violent arrest in Luuka District where he was supposed to hold a rally by security operatives under the command of Luuka DPC Frank Mwesigwa on Wednesday.

During the arrest dozens of journalists and civilians were roughed up by the police who had gathered to attend Mr kyagulanyi’s rally.

Today Ugandans in the diaspora and national Unity Platform supporters have continued with the demonstrations to have their desired presidential aspirant Bobi Wine who is supposed to appear before Iganga magistrates court to get him released.

Businesses have remained closed in Uganda’s Capital city Kampala and other districts for a second day as government still hold Bobi wine at Nalufenya police cell under the close command of Frank Mwesigwa.

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