Through his face book page, the National Unity Platform Principle Robert Kyagulanyi also known as Bobi Wine has warned those who don’t need to hear the truth to keep their microphone away from him.
Kyagulanyi’s post comes shortly after his attack on deputy speaker Thomas Tayebwa accusing him of torture when he was caught on camera, beating up an employee of Umeme in 2020 and ordered him to make a public apology.
Kyagulanyi’s made that statement during weekend speech at the burial of Henry Masolo Enrico, the father of MP John Baptist Nambeshe who is also the opposition’s Chief Whip in Bududa district.
Kyagulanyi said whereas Tayebwa apologized to the employee of Umeme and compensated him, he should apologize to the nation.
Kyagulanyi went ahead with his speech, criticizing the government for not equipping health centers to offer quality healthcare in the country.
“It’s so unfortunate that Nambeshe had to fly his father to Nairobi for treatment, yet we still have a Bududa hospital here. Nambeshe couldn’t have taken his father to Kenya if our health care system were in good condition, “he said.
Bobi Wine has posted on his pages saying, “If you’re not ready to hear the truth, keep your microphone away from me as his attack on the deputer speaker Tayebwa still making the rounds on social media.