Police has deployed at the home of National Unity Platform leader Bobi Wine in Magere, Wakiso district.
A Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) enforcement team, a counter-terrorism officer on a motorbike and an army officer on foot patrol were seen outside Bobi Wine’s home on Thursday.
According to reports, the team is there to impound Bobi Wine’s bulletproof car.
He was told to declare his armoured (bulletproof) car donation by March 31, 2021, else it becomes government property by the acting Inspector General of Government (IGG) George Bamugemereire.
Bamugemereire says where a leader fails to or refuses to justify why they are entitled to the donation in question, it becomes government property.
Bamugemereire, says that like any leader, Kyagulanyi is expected to declare the vehicle, whether it was donated of bought by himself.
Bamugemereire said Kyagulanyi still being a leader of a political party registered under Ugandan laws, like any other leader, he’s expected to periodically declare his wealth, irrespective of how it was acquired.
“People acquire property all the time, you know, and they have many ways – some have businesses. All we require of leaders is that come 31st March, please declare the assets, income and liabilities that you have acquired or assets that you have disposed off…That issue will be an issue after 31st March because all leaders are required to do now is to declare. What assets they acquired and how they got it. So I think that discussion should be conducted in April. If you have any leader in mind, me I don’t any,” said Bamugemereire.