23.7 C
July 17, 2024
Let Out  News
Image default
Editor's Picks News Politics

Government official claims thousands of Ugandans in the UAE are set to lose jobs over Bobi Wine

Andrew Burora the deputy Resident City Commissioner of Lubaga division has come out to allege how thousands of Ugandans might be on the edge of losing their jobs.

And he had the NUP president Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine to blame for this.

Over 120,000 Ugandans are set to be affected by this and some might see their contracts fail to get renewal.

All this is because of the way Bobi Wine ‘soiled’ the image of the UAE on social media by dragging the country into his political struggles.

Burora then pledged to government to do something quickly and mend the relationship between the two countries before it’s too late.

“Reliable sources claim that more than 120k Ugandans in the UAE might lose their Jobs& risk not renewing their contracts following Kyagulanyi’s Misrepresentation of the UAE Image on social media.
should do something to repair the Image between the two countries.”

Bobi Wine saw his charity concert reported to be a fundraiser for Ugandans stuck in the middle East cancelled in Dubai.

He then went ahead to talk of his arrest at the airport and things quickly took a political twist as he said that the Ugandan government had cooperated with the authorities in Dubai to frustrate him.

Shortly,the UAE announced how Uganda was among the 17 countries the Middle East country had stopped issuing visas to.

It’s not the first time such a claim of Bobi Wine bringing about tensions between the two countries us arising.

Related posts

Nubian Li and Eddie Mutwe remain in custody as Army court grants bail to 13 Kyagulanyi supporters

Giles Kirimwira

Schools closed, religious gatherings suspended and cross-district movements banned as gov’t struggles to combat rising COVID cases

John Luberenga

Police bans sale of fuel in bottles, set to investigate sell of tyres

Edwin Musaazi

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More