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REVEALED: Shock as Bobi Wine’s NUP Receives More Money from Museveni Government Platform

Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine’s National Unity Platform (NUP) is once again on the spot for receiving money from an organization they claim has been hijacked by President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni and his National Resistance Movement (NRM) government. 

NUP, which is the leading opposition political party after eclipsing Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) in the 2021 parliamentary elections, declined to join the Inter-Party Organization for Democracy (Ipod).

The Kamwokya-based party’s secretary general David Lewis Rubongoya said “Ipod has been largely instrumentalised by the regime, co-opted and used to legitimise a brutal regime that has no regard or respect for democratic governance.”

But the main opposition party remained on the spot for receiving money through the IPOD arrangement its leaders refused to have the political organization subscribe to a dialogue the platform for all political parties represented in the Uganda parliament.

According to Norbert Mao, the President General of Democratic Party (DP), which is a member of the Ipod, Bobi Wine’s NUP has received Shs1.2bn from the Interparty Organization for Dialogue.

“Ipod egabudde! NUP members are hereby informed that their beloved party has received 1.2Billion shillings in addition to the 3.1Billion earlier received. Please use this information in any way you like! There’s nothing better than throwing food at people throwing rocks,” said Mao.

Facilitated by the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD), Ipod seeks to foster a functioning, strong and vibrant multiparty democracy. But NUP has refused to join and FDC has been largely skeptical.

READ: Bobi Wine Finally Admits His NUP Party Has Received Money from President Museveni’s Government

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Pearl Times Reporter
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