By Exposed Uganda
The Police deployed heavily at Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi’s home in Magere village, Gayaza, on Thursday night, a day after invading his National Unity Platform (NUP) offices in Kamwokya on Wednesday.
Apart from the heavily armed policemen that surrounded he home, the police also deployed solar powered drones and a chopper which kept hovering over Bobi Wine’s home all night, purportedly filming whatever was happening there.
Commenting about the operation, Bobi Wine, who later shared pictures of the drones and chopper, said that;
“ Bobi Wine said that ; “So there is a drone above my house. Unfortunately I cannot reach it with a stone. But friends out there shouldn’t get worried. Apart from invading on my privacy, I’m not worried about them. Instead they are the ones worried about me. That’s why they are panicky and doing all sort of illegal things.
There is a drone monitoring proceedings in the homestead of Bobi Wine at night
By press time word was going around that the police had broken into Bobi Wine’s residence by cutting through the back gate, although an official statement about the operation is yet to be issued by the police.
However, the invasion came a few hours to the ruling of the case between Bobi Wine and Moses Kibalama over the true ownership of the National Unity Platform (NUP) party, which is slated for today at the High Court.
Meanwhile, we have since established that the High Court in Kampala deferred to next week Wednesday, the delivery of the much-awaited ruling in the ownership contestation of National Unity and Reconciliation and Development Party (NURP), which was recently renamed National Unity Platform (NUP) and handed over to presidential aspirant, Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine.
Bobi Wine’s leadership of the party came under scrutiny when two of its founders; Mr Difas Basile and Mr Hassan Twala, petitioned the High Court in Kampala.
They claimed Mr Moses Nkonge Kibalama, the founding president of the party, changed its name and transferred its leadership to Bobi Wine without their knowledge and consent.
At the last hearing on September 25, the presiding judge, Musa Ssekaana, said he would give his ruling today (Friday) to resolve the controversy over the name and its leadership
However, last evening, Judiciary’s Principal Communications Officer, Solomon Muyita, revealed that the ruling is not ready for delivery today.
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