Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu popularly known as Bobi Wine has told his supporters to ignore the post on social media showing that he is ready to work with President Yoweri Museveni's government. He says that the post is fake and claims that President Museveni's regime is using all the means to blackmail his supporters. The post read, "Kenyan politics have inspired me more. The Ruto, Raila and Uhuru have been working together though with different ideologies. I therefore look forward to work with NRM government if only they can consider the rights of the marginalized citizens."
Bobi Wine is the opposition leader and Museveni's main critique. He is the former Member of Perliament for Kyadondo County East Constituency. He leads the National Unity Platform political party. In the 2020 general elections, Bobi challenged Kaguta for presidential bid but he lost the battle, the results which Bobi Wine and his supporters protested claiming there was rigging and intimidation of their campaigns.
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