Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi has requested parliament to order for the immediate release of his supporters from detention faciltiies.
He made these remarks during his maiden appearance parliament since the hotly contested January 14 polls which were swept by incumbent Yoweri Museveni.
Bobi, who first expressed his sympathy with Speaker Rebbecca Kadaga over the loss of her daughter last week, took the opportunity to re-echo his stance on the election results. The Ghetto President believes he beat strongman Tibuhabura with 54% of the votes according to the results NUP released earlier this week.
Kyagulanyi petitioned the Supreme Court challenging President Museveni’s victory but has since withdrawn his petition citing bias of the bench. He has since moved the case to what the Kamwokya leadership calls the public court.
As we comfortably sit here in this August House, Ugandans are being abducted on a daily basis by security operatives in notorious vehicles called drones.Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu
Kyagulanyi also expressed his disatisfaction with the manner in which his campaign team was arrested in Kalangala on the last day of 2021. Much as he went on to complete his campaign trail, most of them, including music partner Nubian Buken Ali have since been arraigned in military courts, a move Bobi wants Parliament to address.
He threatened that the people may be forced to trigger Article 3 of the constitution and take these matters upon themselves as they seek to restore constitutional rule. Bobi’s hopes of residing in State House are still much alive as he believes the invocation of Article 3 of the constitution by the population will make him president.
I am not sure how many more times I will be able to address this Parliament as MP, but hopefully the next time I address this house, I will be president, but I want to remind this Parliament that the people of Uganda are running out of patience.Bobi Wine
He rallied the legislatures to take this opportunity and stand in solidarity with Ugandans and be remembered for their deed. The speaker Rebecca Kadaga referred his Statement to the parliamentary committee on human rights.