Uganda's opposition leader Bobi Wine has denied allegations by the New Vision that there are division's in the NUP party and he has hit out at Museveni saying that he sponsored propaganda against them.
He added that Musevenis puppet Don Wanyama reduced the New Vision to worse than a tabloid.
Bobi Wine also stated New Vision had earlier on lied that there was war in the NUP party.
He added that they are worried NUP continues to grow in strength and that they are sad that NUP senior leaders rejected Musevenis manoeuvres to compromise them and that they rejected the IPOD with all the benefits that comes with it.
Bobi Wine further called on his supporters to reject the lies being peddled.
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