Photos of Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi the Member of Parliament Kyadondo East, which are said to be photos of a secret meeting between him and State House officials have emerged on the internet and are making rounds on various social media platforms. Bobi Wine however has comeout to clear air saying that the photos were taken from Budaka adding that he was meeting fellow artists not President Museveni.
In the photos is the car approaching as the Army officers salute for the approaching person on the car, who is seen lowering the door screen.
In the second photo, the army officers comes forward and opens the door for Bobi Wine who moves out smiling as the second officer wearing an army rain coat stands in the background watching.
In the third photo, Bobi Wine steps out and follows the officers who take him.
The location where the photos were taken from is still unknown. Moses Atocon a democracy and freedom activist based in diaspora, The Netherlands identified the area as Kisozi Farm, a private farm belonging to President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
Bobi Wine on the other hand claimed that Moses Atocon has been paid money by the regime to spread lies on him and destruct people’s trust in him, saying that these photos were taken on September 16th when he was meeting fellow Artists Geoffrey Lutaaya, Irene Namatovu and Mikie Wine and many others.
“Some regime propagandists have been paid a lot of money to spread lies about me yet some of them actually pretend to be comrades in the struggle. They say that I met President Museveni privately at his farm in Kisozi (which is a big lie) and they’re using these pictures.” Said Bobi Wine “Firstly, these pictures were taken back stage in #Budaka last Saturday 16th September when I was having a show and as you can see we were with fellow artists Godfrey Lutaaya, Irene Namatovu, Mikie Wine and many others, so shame on you liars.”
Bobi Wine said that he has no problem with meeting Yoweri Kaguta Museveni as along as the meeting is meant to benefit Ugandans regarding the handover and transition of power. Though he said they can do that in a broad day light not in secrecy.
“Finally, I actually have no problem meeting President Museveni for as long as the meeting is public and we are discussing his dignified #retirement and a peaceful #transition of power.” added Bobi Wine who brought more photos to show that they were going for a concert.