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Why do you hate me so much? Bobi Wine to NBS TV

The National Unity Platform leader, Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, also known as Bobi Wine, has charged that NBS TV’s parent company, Next Media Services, despises him. Bobi Wine brought this up yesterday during an Eid press conference.

He made a cheeky comment when an NBS microphone was placed in front of him, stating that he hoped the method they did so was the same as their affection for him.

“NBS I wish the way you put your microphone in front of me is the same way that you love me. That would have made a lot more sense,” he said.

Different perspectives were expressed by the NBS journalists present on this. They began to explain to him that while not everyone despises him, some people do.

NUP affiliates reportedly feel that the TV station with its headquarters in Naguru despises them. They think that the station is merely being paid by the State to create divisions among the Kavule-based party.

These always point out how the TV Station doesn’t miss out on reporting about any unfavorable thing in the celebration. Additionally, they believe that NBS presents a lot of propaganda and unverified material in an attempt to portray the party as terminally unstable. Additionally, they think the station hosts a lot of its critics.

Remarkably, NUP members including Bobi Wine, LOP Joel Ssenyonyi, MPs, the Secretary General, Lewis Rubongoya, and others have been on the station’s broadcasts multiple times and still do. They have never sought to boycott it at one point in time.

However, the media company owned by Kin Karisa has also revealed how it functions for no one. No one covers the positive side of the NUP more than they do, so the saying goes. As a result, these accusations of prejudice are just false.

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