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Bobi Wine’s family gangs up on Muhammad Nsereko for dissing the ghetto gladiator

Probably everyone needs a family like that of NUP’s leader Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine.

These led by their eldest brother Chairman Nyanzi have come for the head of Kampala Central MP Hon Muhammad Nsereko.

This follows Nsereko’s diss aimed at Bobi Wine when it comes to debating and articulating national issues.

Nsereko has been facing backlash for his Computer Misuse bill that was passed by Parliament recently.

This saw Bobi Wine brand the bill repressive and predict Nsereko to fall its first victim.

Nsereko who has over the years differed from Bobi Wine mostly for believing his intellectually and ideologically better than the self styled ghetto gladiator lashed back at the former Kyadondo east legislator.

According to Nsereko he’s not in Bobi Wine’s level of discussing national issues.

The Firebase CEO should instead discuss and debate with former Lubaga north MP Kato Lubwama because they fall in the same category.

This didn’t please many people and among these is Chairman Nyanzi, Bobi Wine’s elder brother.

Speaking to Sanyuka TV, Nyanzi branded Nsereko a thief who stole another brother of theirs, Eddy Yawe’s victory to be in Parliament.

Nyanzi also revealed that leadership is much as a talent as music.

You therefore can’t stop new people from emerging and even excelling than you who has been around for quite long.

Nyanzi also pointed out this bill by Nsereko and referred to it as a catalyst to violence in the country.

This is because if people are deprived of their right to speech and expression, they then resort to violence to show their dissatisfaction a thing that Nsereko is blindly promoting.

Additionally, Nyanzi also wondered what type of politics and leadership Nsereko is portraying after cheating his way to Parliament and refusing to head to court despite being summoned.

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