Police Suspends Bobi Wine’s Countrywide NUP Mobilization Trail

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The Uganda Police have suspended until further notice the National Unity Platform’s (NUP) countrywide mobilization programs. 

Through the statement read by the Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga and signed by the deputy Inspector General of Police (IGP), Maj Gen Tumusiime Katsigazi, NUP is no longer following the regulations they agreed upon with Police before the start of these nationwide campaigns.

Multitudes of people gathered at Luweero listening to Kyagulanyi.

The NUP members led by its party President, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine, and other party leadership, they have been moving to different districts opening party regional offices where they have been pulling bigger masses and addressing them on a number of issues affecting the country.

Katsigazi says during their recent trail to Hoima district, one person lost his life leaving over ten injured. He added that as police, they cannot take such an incident for granted.

He said that during his address at Luweero, Kyagulanyi used a language which promotes hatred and also disrespected the President, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

“We are going to put an end to the mob mentality, bullying and intimidating tactics of NUP radicals against civilians and law enforcers,” said Enanga during a press briefing held at the Police headquarters in Naguru on Wednesday.

Police also adds that through these campaigns, NUP members have been disrupting people, destroying people’s property, affecting the flow of traffic and other forms of lawlessness.

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