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Bobi Wine brags about going to Geneva to speak English, raises mixed reactions

The National Unity Platform leader Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine yesterday 4th April 2022 took to his Twitter page to brag about how he was going to Switzerland in Geneva to speak English.

Bobi Wine was invited to Geneva to speak at the Geneva Summit of 2022.

The former presidential candidate added that if anyone is not ready to hear the truth, they should then stay away from the microphone.

He then added how he had gone to speak English raising mixed reactions amongst his followers.

This raised the dust on his Twitter comment section with some expressing their disappointment in him bragging simply because he’s going to meet the white man.

“Whatever u have to say shld be said to Ugandans bcz they have best interests in Ug than those whites and the whites won’t vote for u. U had the chance in Jan but instead moved around saying nonsense n Ugandans rejected u.Those flights are just for u to negotiate n renew funding.”

“Those Bazungu want to use you access our oil,NO way,Tell them Ugandans know their plans and will not allow it to happen.”

“U being proud of going 2 Switzerland 2 speak English doesn’t in anyway help Ugandas, dat ”ng’nze Geneva kwogera luzung” r’lly dat doesn’t solve anything & I jst wish if all Ugandans knew sth about


because it’s the only way 2 go..Twakoowa ba politicians.”

“He is running out of the country coz he can’t attend the burial bambi. Lango subregion now you know them. Ekibi kimulumiriza.”

The former Kyadondo east legislator has constantly been accused of being a cry baby that always runs to the white man to solve his issues besides tainting the country.

On the other hand, Kyagulanyi has maintained how relations are key if the regime is to be overthrown.

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