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Bobi Wine recounts 2021 general elections after one year

National Unity Platform leader Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine has today taken to his Twitter page to recollect the incidents of the 2021 General elections in which he lost to the incumbent, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

As today marks one year since the polls, Bobi Wine said that a lot of people endured the grueling conditions to turn up and vote.

He added that despite being an election, Museveni deployed weapons meant for warfare.

He went ahead to say that Museveni knew that he was headed by a resounding defeat and aided by Byakama stole Bobi Wine’s victory.

The former Kyadondo east legislator added that as usual, a small murderous clique was imposed on the people.

This left the people with no choice but to use the available means to assert the rights and the struggle is still ongoing.

Kyagulanyi added that this moment reminds him and his supporters of the sacrifices made by the numerous people who have been killed in the country’s struggle for democracy and freedom.

Besides it poses to the current generation a role to play in it’s time to heal the country from the abyss it’s embedded in.

“Today reminds us of all the sacrifices made in the quest for democracy. It reminds us of the tens of thousands massacred in Luwero, fighting for freedom and democracy. It reminds us of our own duty as a generation to redeem this nation and say NEVER AGAIN to this humiliation.”

He concluded by asking the people to renew their faith in God because he is sure the struggle will end in victory.

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