By Kwame Ismail Nkurunziza
Someone on presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine’s social media team might have to be relieved of their duties, because they are either doctoring photos of Bobi Wine’s supporters or playing a foul move.
This comes after an account bearing Bobi Wine’s picture shared a photo of a rally that was held in South Africa by Julius Malema of the Economic Empowerment Front, which Bobi Wine claimed were his National Unity Platform (NUP) supporters in Lira District.
The photo shows a mammoth crowd of people dressed in red shirts and t-shirts, a colour synonymous with NUP supporters.
However, the moment they saw the photo, several National Resistance Movement (NRM) bloggers took to social media and started blasting Bobi Wine and NUP supporters for resorting to photoshop in a bid to hoodwink Ugandans.
Many of them like Ashburg Katto Ismah Olaxes and others too to social media to mock and ridicule the musician turned politician, with some saying it was as an indication of how sometimes Bobi Wine and his supporters desperately go to extreme lengths to ‘cook up’ his alleged support.
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