Bobi Wine's better half Barbara 'Barbie' Itungo has purportedly left Uganda for the US. Barbie flew out as her hubby laid the foundation to Challenge January 14's official political race results to be with their children, who left days before the general elections, reports local media.
Photographs of Barbie at Entebbe International Airport Tuesday spread via online media inciting sharp reactions from netizens who questioned the security of Bobi Wine. A month ago, the resistance chief, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi, asserted he had gotten solid reports of an arrangement to steal his children during the electioneering time frame. The pop star turned government official said his family had been living in dread for as far back as three years since he reported he would challenge President Yoweri Museveni in the 2021 surveys.
"At the point when I got info of anticipated actual assaults on me, my wife and abduction of our kids, acquaintances in the diaspora reached out to us, and offered to host them for some time! That doesn't imply that my wife or I are any more secure by staying around. Yet, our work is to guarantee they don't hijack one of these minors and attempt to use them to force us into enslavement!" He said in a statement.
The artist turned-legislator, who has since dismissed the outcomes declared by Ugandan Electoral Commission, asserted that for 11 days heavily armed guards and cops surrounding his property had forestalled individuals from his family household, including his wife, from leaving their compound, leave alone denying admittance to guests. "I was put under illegal detainment in my own home since General Museveni didn't win. He is stagingg a coup against the desire of ctizens of Uganda."
Through Twitter, Bobi Wine likewise uncovered that he and Barbie were detained without food with a 18-month-old girl. She was later evacuated. "Day Six under house detention actually stayed with a year and a half old child who had visited her aunt (my significant other) before we were besieged and assaulted. The father has been denied access to her. We have run out of food and milk. Nobody is permitted to leave or come into our compound alone."
Troops were later removed from his home after a successful appeal at Uganda's High Court. "The appointed authority requested that the state and its offices ought to quickly clear his property and his entitlement to individual freedom ought to promptly be reestablished," legal counselor George Musisi told Reuters.
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