Stealing My Signatures Can’t Save You: Bobi Vows To Crush Museveni After Collecting 33000 Fresh Signatures In 2Days After Office Raid

Stealing My Signatures Can’t Save You: Bobi Vows To Crush Museveni After Collecting 33000 Fresh Signatures In 2Days After Office Raid an accessible web community

By Frank Kamuntu

Kampala: Finally National Unity Platform (NUP) has collected 33,000 signatures, and submitted to the Electoral Commission in support of Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu’s presidential candidature in the forthcoming elections.

READ ALSO: Bobi Wine, HR Advocates Spit Fire At Museveni As Court Remands NUP Supporters Including Juveniles To Kitalya Prison

The party’s spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi has revealed, “Since Police continues to hold our Presidential signatures, we asked our mobilisers to get others & in 2 days they got 33000 signatures from 109 districts which we took to EC. Minimum requirement is 9800 signatures from 98 districts. We’re thankful for the swift response from Ugandans.”

The development has been confirmed by hopeful Uganda’s President Kyagulanyi via his twitter handle where he tweeted thus;

THANK YOU all Ugandans who responded to our call for fresh signatures after the military & police raided our office & took the millions of signatures we had collected for 2 months.

READ ALSO: Secrets Why CDF Muhoozi, IGP Ochola Ordered Raid On Bobi’s NUP Revealed

Yesterday, we submitted 33,000 signatures from 109 districts most of which were collected in 2 days.”

It should be remembered that the development comes two days after sister security operaitves raided the party’s head offices in Kamwokya, a Kampala suburb and a couple of party supporters, including juveniles were arrested and slapped with being in possession of military store which Joel Ssenyonyi said all is meant to threaten Ugandans from ousting three decaded President Museveni.

READ ALSO: Police Raid NUP Offices In Kamwokya, Confiscates Red Berets, Security Cameras

Meanwhile, after the raid, in our interaction with NUP officials who were still shocked about the incident, said security didn’t only take uniforms and other campaign materials but also took off with Shs23 million in cash and 7,000,000 signatures the party had gathered to support the nomination of their Presidential flag bearer, Mr Kyagulanyi and other flag bearers something that has since left Ugandans wondering about the army, police motives.

“Security broke into six different offices that of our president inclusive and took away sensitive documents and other key materials of the party. They targeted the party president’s office, electoral commission committee office, the office of the organising secretary, spokesperson, secretary-general and the deputy as well as the treasurer,” a party official said.

However, according to search warrants signed by Assistant Superintendent of Police Jane Imalingat, ASP Bwonanebye, detective Constable Juliet Sajja and detective Assistant Inspector of Police Wamakale did not capture money and the missing signatures among the impounded exhibits. an accessible web community an accessible web community

Related Post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: