Bobi Wine and Allan Sewanyana Attacked at Home with Hand Grenades

Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu has shown concern over the constant bomb grenades being thrown at his home in Magere that have gone on to destroy property worth shillings though hurting none of his family members as they were also thrown at MP Allan Sewanyana’s Home in Makindye.

This comes amidst police investigations into the bomb grenade that was thrown at Rubaga north MP Hon. Kasibante’s crib last Friday 29th September midnight after the famous fist fights that occurred in the Ugandan August house that forced the Speaker to suspend 25 legislators from the house over misconduct. Kasibante stated that part of his mansion and property had been destroyed by the grenade showing optimism that the Uganda police might have had a hand in the attack at his home since the incident had occurred few hours after being dropped back to his residence from incarceration.

The Bikwase Kyagulanyi’s plight of the story is however different lamenting that the scenario of throwing bomb grenades at his home has occurred twice for the past few days destroying his property and creating fear among his family members which he alleges to be state planned techniques aimed at calming him down from fighting off their move to disorganize the people’s will by making constitution amendments that aim at scrapping off the presidential age .

“Grenades have for the second time in two days been thrown at my house and exploded. Property damaged but no one hurt! Opposing the age removal of age limits in the constitution! These are cowardly acts which must be condemned by all the people of good conscience,” stated Bobi Wine.

He has also hinted about the constant anonymous phone calls that create fear in his family and friends warning him about what he eats and drinks for the safety of his dear life.
“Anonymous calls targeting not only me but my family as well. I have been advised by friends who know more than I know that I should be very careful what I eat or drink. I have been told that if I don’t leave the thing alone I will just be terminated or disabled,” lamented the Kyadondo East Legislator.

All is not going on well to the MPS opposing the scrapping off of the presidential age limit and the recently to face such fears is MP Makindye West Allan Ssewanyana whose house also had grenades bomb attack and all we can say is to wait for the police side of the story about the recurring bomb attacks on the Ugandan members of parliament.