Ugandan presidential candidate, Robert Kyagulanyi, prominently known as Bobi Wine, on Thursday said he got informed about a forthcoming plot to kidnap of his kids. This was after him allegedly finding an explosive device on his son's bedroom window. Be had to fly them away to his close relatives out of Uganda.
Photo: Courtesy (previous incident)
Since the previous evening, online media has been swirling after a photograph and travel subtleties of the Kyadondo East MP's kids at Entebbe International Airport were spilled.
In an assertion on Thursday, Wine said that his family has been living in dread after he declared he would challenge President Yoweri Museveni ahead of the January 2021 elections.
Wine said an an IED was flung at his child Solomon Sekayi's window in endeavor to frighten him from the contest.
The government representative, Ofwono Opondo, however denied the public authority was behind the explosives. He however has stood his ground and said that he will fight to the last kick against opression.
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