The National Unity Platform (NUP) principal Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has condemned NBS TV’s continuous criticism on Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) whether it can fight back to the top as the main opposition political party or it completely lost its touch.
During its Special Report segment on Thursday, NBS raised a topic wondering One of the stations political reporter also tweeted inquiring whether the opposition party ran out of strategies to put pressure on government or not.
Since then, Kyagulanyi has regarded NBS TVs topic (s) as an attack on on the Najjanankumbi based political outfit.
The former presidential candidate and the leader of opposition political party said that the continuous attack on FDC by NBS TV should not be celebrated by anybody fighting for freedom and democracy in Uganda.
One of the tools used by dictatorships world over is to discredit, embarrass and humiliate opponents. The objective is always to discourage the opponents, but most importantly, to create a sense of hopelessness within the population, Kyagulanyi wrote on his Facebook platform.
The very regime uses money, violence and other tools against their opponents, and then turns around to blackmail them. We must reject this blackmail with the contempt it deserves. We may be fighting from different fronts, but as long as our objective is the same (i.e. to get rid of the military regime), an attack on one of us is an attack on that joint objective he added.
According to Kyagulanyi, this is why they ought to stand in solidarity with each other, fully aware that our enemy is one and the same.