National Unity Platform (NUP) principal Robert Kyagulanyi has for the first time addressed his supporters through online on his facebook page since the eve of January 14 election.
Over 50000 internet users both local and international watched his address where he vehemently rejected the Presidential election results in which he lost to President Yoweri Museveni who garnered 58%.
Kyagulanyi commonly known as Bobi Wine further alleged that the election results were manufactured by his nemesis, the security apparatus and read by Electoral Commission (EC) Justice Simon Byabakama.
In angry tone, Bobi Wine claimed he has overwhelming evidence exposing election malpractices spearheaded by security operatives.
Announcing his next course of action, and as to whether he will challenge the results in Courts of law, Bobi Wine said he has received various opinions from different stakeholders.
He said one group says, going to Court is wastage of resources since the Judiciary is fused with the state.
“The other group insists that even though we are not likely to get justice, we should still challenge the dictatorship and our robbed victory,” he said.
He added that, he will go back to people’s court (Ugandans) and seek their opinion on what course of action should be taken.
In the meantime he asked all his supporters to use peaceful means to protest express their “robbed victory.”