Today, police nearly frustrated efforts of the NUP party presidential candidate Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert to hold a campaign rally at his ancetstral home in Gomba district. Kyagulanyi, a musician turned politician largely known by his stage name Bobi Wine encountered a multiplicity of police manned roadblocks that nearly hindered him from meeting with his supporters who had spent a full night in Gomba waiting for him.
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Endowed with creativity, Kyagulanyi sought solace on a motorcycle belonging to one of the NUP party MP candidates who rode him through the narrow streets up to Gomba town where his supporters were eagerly waiting for him. On arrival, Kyagulanyi first went to his ancestral home and laid a wreath on the graveyard of his biological parents, Mr. Jackson W. Ssentamu and Ms. Margaret Nalunkuuma. He received a prayer blessing from the local clerics before he advanced to the rally venue.
Police truck parks right infront of Bobi’s entourage to block him from campaigning in GombaBobi Wine jumps on a motorcycle to proceed to the rally venue in Gomba district after failed negotiations with policeBobi Wine waves at his supporters as he rides away from the police road block