Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine the presidential candidate of the National Unity Platform (NUP) has successfully held two rallies in West Nile.
The first rally was held in Pakwach, at around 10 am where he called on the locals to vote wisely when the time of casting the ballot comes in 2021.
Kyagulanyi, who was meant to meet a handful of local leaders was overwhelmed by a group of excited residents who sneaked into the campaign venue.
At around 12 pm, Kyagulanyi headed to Nebbi where he addressed the locals about his presidential bid.
“We are being brutalized by police, we are their relatives, they are our relatives, we relate with them but they beat us. No matter what intimidation, they should just know that this country is for all of us and we shall not sit back until our country has been liberated,” he noted.
Kyagulanyi reminded the People of West Nile about the history of the land basing on what happened in 2018. The 2018 Saga, he hinted, was the main reason why he chose to start his campaigns from West Nile and Arua Region.
“We lost very many people and that day my driver Yasin Kawuma was killed,” he noted.
Kyagulanyi is set to carry out his campaigns in West Nile this week and thereafter head to the Eastern Region before traversing the Central districts the coming week.