The newly sworn-in Kyadondo East Member of Parliament (MP), Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine on Tuesday reassured his supporters, mostly from the ghetto to rest assured that their views will be fully represented on the floor of Parliament
Bobi Wine arrived at Parliament to be sworn in company of scores of his supporters who followed him from his home in Magere, Kyadondo East.
The MP told reporters at Parliament that he looked forward to fulfilling and delivering on all his campaign promises.
“I feel like a great responsibility has been rested on my shoulders but God willing we shall make it through,” Bobi Wine said.
Asked what his supporters should expect from him as the last message before he entered Parliament, Bobi Wine promised, “My last word to them is that you can count on me now that I have walked into Parliament.”
“I have said it before that if Parliament cannot come to the Ghetto, the ghetto will come to Parliament; so I want you to know that the ghetto has come to the Parliament of Uganda.”
However, Bobi Wine noted that he can’t handle all the peoples’ expectations in him without their support.
“These expectations are going to be handled by us together; it is not only about me, I am only a rallying point; what we want to change, we are going to change it together.”
“My role is to give people confidence and to make them believe in democracy which they believed in; this role we are taking we are going to work on it together and together we will get there.”