Upon endorsing her rival Mr. Charles Ayume, who trounced her in the National Resistance Movement (NRM) party primaries, for Koboko MP seat, the State Minister of Finance for Investment and Privatization Evelyn Anite has attempted to make a comeback by raiding Bobi Wine’s Kamwokya Ghetto.
Anite told the Kamwokya Ghetto people today that they should be careful of Bobi Wine who previously abandoned them when he became rich. She said, “I spent the day in the Kamyokya Ghetto discussing with ghetto youths on how to improve their lives especially health conditions such as ending the problem of bedbugs and other problems.”
“When Bobi Wine became rich, he moved away from the Ghetto to a mansion in Magere. He is now in Koboko abusing me. I am in Kamwokya securing the future for the people,” she added.
National Unity Platform (NUP) presidential candidate, Mr Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine endorsed NRM’s Ayume at a rally in Koboko.
Bobi Wine said, “I have studied Mr. Ayume for a long time and he inspires me. I know he will not say anything good about me but wherever he is, tell him that I support him.”
Mr. Kyagulanyi said Dr. Charles Ayume’s father, Mr Francis Ayume, who was Uganda’s Attorney General at the time of his death (2004) inspired him while growing up and that’s why he chose to endorse his son.
After the endorsement of an NRM candidate, President Museveni’s Senior Press Secretary Mr. Don Wanyama mocked Kyagulanyi that he is soon going to endorse his rival Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
“Very soon, he’ll tell Ugandans to vote @KagutaMuseveni. Just watch the space,” Don Wanyama tweeted.