Kampala, Uganda: Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine- Uganda’s leading National Unity Platform opposition political party has come out on photos that have colonized social media showing him busy posing on a pull-up banner decorated with Gay Rights Activists stickers and slogans.
Mr. Kyagulanyi stresses that President Museveni’s government and its supporters for involving in “cheap propaganda” after his pictures were apparently edited to link him to gay rights and its activism.
A number of pictures have been making rounds on social media showing Bobi Wine holding gay rights symbols and flags while on his different tours abroad.
However, Bobi Wine has come out to release the original pictures, claiming that the ones that have been making rounds are fake and aimed at blackmail by Musevenists who want to drive a specific agenda.
“Whenever confronted about its grave human rights record and the great harm it has done to our country, the Museveni criminal regime resorts to blackmail! Paid propagandists spend countless hours faking and spreading such images to drive a known agenda! Ignore and treat with contempt! While the partisan police and CMI casually abduct and torture our people accusing them of computer misuse and offensive communication, known Museveni propagandists have the leeway to fake anything against his opponents because they enjoy state protection” Bobi Wine.
Bobi Wine is on record for saying that as a believer in human rights, he believes homosexuals have rights too as human beings and should be respected.