This morning, Uganda High Court has ruled the continued house arrest of former Ugandan musician and presidential candidate for National Unity Platform (NUP) Bobi Wine as unconstitutional.
The High Court ruled this morning that my continued house arrest (11 days now) is illegal & unconstitutional. Several hours later, the military still surrounds my home, blocking access to all! Perhaps (as always) waiting for Gen. Museveni’s orders on the next course of action.
— BOBI WINE (@HEBobiwine) January 25, 2021
Information reaching Africa Billboard indicated that, Bobi Wine who has been firm on his part to rule out autocratic and undemocratic system of government in Uganda has faced a lot of intimidations under the orders of Yoweri Museveni.
According to Bobi Wine, the high court of the Republic of Uganda has ruled his continued house arrest as unconstitutional and hence, he is looking forward to the orders of Yoweri Museveni to withdraw the detached military and police officers surrounding his house.
Uganda however, has suffered a lot of intimidations under the governance of Yoweri Museveni since 1986.
The intervention of Bobi Wine to have a change of government has cause lose of lives and properties due to Museveni‘s refusal to hand over power and also, fraudulent election activities.
Consequently, international bodies have intervened in many ways to ensure that, things are out in order without any unlawful interference.
Adding to the freedom and victory of Bobi Wine, Jamaican dancehall reggae artiste Clifford Smith popularly known as Mr. Vegas has assured that “the wicked shall surely fall”.
The general public on the other hand, have reacted to this information:
It’s still difficult for us to move but soon we gonna be free pic.twitter.com/pejSHRi54e
— Munassingo (@AnewUganda21) January 25, 2021
I feel sorry for Uganda’s citizens. I feel they want freedom & are stuck with a Dictator that refuses to let them have it. M7 is illegal ruler of Uganda. Let’s demand regime change from @JoeBiden @KamalaHarris @ABlinken @RonaldKlain. @robertamsterdam @APacificiEU @EUinUG @CNN
— Kiguddu Sulaiman (@KigudduS) January 25, 2021
We are continuously say NO to the brutality and intimidation that the out going M7’s regime is imposing on Ugandans and comrads
— Livingstone Kasirye (@Livings81098389) January 25, 2021
The dictator and his juutas are failing in all ways, that is why they resorted to all possible forces on you and our supporters. Dictator Museveni has to know he won’t manage to stop this wave bse it’s unstoppable, the generation is tired of styles of operation, corruption etc.
— MOSES M. PERECHE (@MPereche) January 25, 2021
As an opposition political leader in #Togo, I sympathize with the injustice that you are facing.
Thank you for being part of the fight for democraty.
Africa needs more leaders with your perseverance.
— Nathaniel Olympio (@nathanielolymp) January 25, 2021
Hang in there Mr. President-elect, the harder the battle the sweeter the victory 😊.
We shall overcome this tyranny!!
— NARON☺️ (@NaronUG) January 25, 2021
Bobi Wine has been tagged as nonviolent despite his arrest. The citizens still believes that it is over for Museveni.
The world is with you ✊🏾
— AAtto (@AttoAnna) January 25, 2021
Thank you for availing yourself to Uganda, Africa and the entire world. You have done a wonderful job. African leaders do not respect those that vote them into office. Dictator M7 must go retire. He should have left in 2001. Let him go live in peace.
— Zawedde (@Zawedde20) January 25, 2021
The struggle continues. We shall win by ballot, we shall win by peaceful means, we shall win in courts of law, we shall win at night, we shall win during the day, we shall win in air, land and in the waters. WE SHALL WIN
— 🇺🇬ThE KaKoBa PrInCeSs🇺🇬 (@AiNeFaitTh) January 25, 2021
In the same vein, we now have a good news that Bobi Wine will be a total free man in the next moment as the high court has already declared his continued house arrest as unconstitutional.
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