Military Thursday morning booted National Unity Platform President Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine out of Spice FM radio station before he could hold his talkshow.
Yesterday, Bobi Wine booked and paid to appear on Spice FM radio station in Hoima District.
“As soon as we got to the station this morning and started introducing ourselves, the police and military cordoned off the building and forcefully ejected us out of the radio station,” he said Thursday morning.
“We asked why they were doing this, and their answer was “orders from above”.”
So far, the NUP presidential candidate has been blocked from addressing Ugandans on thirteen radio stations across the country.
“Mr. Byabakama and the Electoral Commission must tell us what the meaning of a digital campaign is, when we are not allowed on radio stations.”
He added: “Above all, Mr. Tibuhaburwa and his friends are right to be scared. Ugandans who wondered why we have been calling him the worst coward in history can now see for themselves what we have been saying.”
He told the people of Hoima and Bunyoro generally, that the time is now to regain freedom.
“And I thank you for the great reception you are giving us everywhere in the midst of great intimidation.”