National Unity Platform president Hon Robert Kyagulanyi commonly known as Bobi Wine has revealed how more NUP supporters were abducted during president Museveni’s swearing in period 10th-12th May.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was sworn in as elected president of Uganda on 12th May 2021 to serve his 6th term.
However, the period to the run-up to the inaguration, Bobi Wine said NUP supporters were abducted and he has leads that they are held at CMI headquarters in Mbuya facing all kinds of torture and humiliation.
“These are some of our comrades who were abducted from different areas between 10th and 12th May. We are reliably informed that most of them are being held at CMI headquarters in Mbuya and being subjected to all manner of torture and humiliation.” Bobi Wine posted on his social media handles.
Bobi Wine listed them down.
They include comrade ” Nuhu Sanya, Sebagala Gordon, Kasisi Richard, Lutaaya Olivia, Kalyango Muhamood, Munanyagwa Fred, Machete Yasin, Segujja Rashid, Kiweewa Evan Jordan, Mayiga Ronald and Nyombi Richard.”
There is also a group of comrades who were picked up around Katanga in Wandegeya, and these include Katumba Shiba, Kisakye Sam, Makanya Bernard, Katerega Dan, Sam Saka and Mafabi Steven.
Bobi Wine said his legal teams are doing their best to make sure these people mentioned above are released and he continues to condemn the abuse of innocent citizens.
“As our legal teams do their best to secure their release, we continue to condemn in the strongest terms possible, the blatant abuse of the law with impunity. Abducting innocent citizens and holding them in military cells and other illegal detention centers is not only illegal, but also a sign great cowardice. These are crimes against humanity which will be accounted for.” Bobi Wine said.
It should be noted that some other NUP supporters are in prison.