People Power principal as well the reigning Kyadondo East member of parliament Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has blasted Uganda Police spokesman Fred Enanga for involving himself in matters concerning him and President Yoweri Museveni. 

In a press conference held today 9th Oct, at his home, Bobi Wine warned the police mouthpiece Fred Enanga to stop involving himself in matters he termed as presidential because they are well above his pay grade. Adding that constitution only mandates him to keep the law and order, that is where you stop 

“Mr Enanga my issues with President Museveni don’t concern you. These are presidential matters well above your pay grade. The constitution mandates you to keep law and order, that is where you stop. You cannot involve yourself in the issues of Bush and Trump.” 

Bobi Wine had organised a concert dubbed “Osobola,” that was to be held at his One Love Beach in Busabala and later in Masaka. 

Police however, refused to clear the shows claiming there wasn’t enough man power due to the national Independence Day celebrations. 

“We had everything that they asked for, but they still stopped us. They claimed they had no man power, yet last night they deployed scores of officers at my house and the venue, much more that we even needed for the show,” Bobi Wine said. 

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  1. I am worried that this great nation is moving in wrong direction as per now. Uganda is being managed by NRM as if she is a kingdom. I want warn my brothers and sisters in defence sector be it police, prisons, or UPDF that being partican now is digging a pit which they will fall themselves. Whether they like it or not NRM will leave power one day but Police, UPDF,and prisons department as an institution will remain. To make worse the people you are oppressing on opposition will be in power, and imagine how you will be served by them. Mind of your actions now so that tomorrow you don’t swallow the same pain you are inflicting on these innocent fellow country men. I warn you in advance especially those in police force.

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