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Bobi Wine Now Reveals Why He Withdrew Election Petition From Supreme Court

Former Uganda Presidential candidate Bobi Wine addressing the media.

On Monday, the former Ugandan presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, mostly known by his stage name as Bobi Wine, withdrew his election petition from the Supreme Court.

According to a report, Bobi Wine noted that he now wants the people to decide on the election results as opposed to the Supreme Court.

This move caused an uproar among citizens and other concerned people.

Late on Monday night, Bobi Wine came out to clear the air on why he withdrew the election petition from the Supreme Court.

Here is what he said:

"Today, we addressed the nation and officially announced that we are withdrawing the Election Petition from the Supreme Court and bringing it to the Court of the People. The Supreme Court has very sadly manifested unprecedented levels of bias, partiality and double standards. The court did not wait to be exposed. It exposed itself right from the start. Ultimately, when all is said and done, the People of Uganda will have the final say on the destiny of their nation," said Bobi Wine.

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