Bobi Wine: UK May to receive petition on Uganda

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May

#FreeBobiWine demonstration in London last week. Similar demo is scheduled for September. 

Ugandan nationals living in United Kingdom and the United Kingdom citizens who have been demonstrating in solidarity with Ugandans, have been given a green-light to hand over their petition on the current and worrying state of affairs in Uganda.

The petition, according to our sources in London, will be handed over to UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, Uganda High Commission officials, and other diplomats.

“A United Kingdom demonstration will include UK members of Parliament and will be concluded by a meeting with the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May,” says one of the organizers at the weekend, Saturday.

According to the organizers who asked for anonymity at this initial stage, they expect great results from meeting with UK Premier.

Demonstration UPDATE

“THE UK DEMO GROUP is pleased to inform you that following your participation in the hugely successful demo in London on 23/08/2018, a number of UK influential personalities and UK Members of Parliament have joined your struggle to free Uganda.

Hence, we are rescheduling next Wednesday’s 29/08/18 public demonstration  #Freebobiwine  #Peoplepower to the first week of Sept 2018, date and time will be confirmed and communicated shortly.

The UK team of politicians will accompany us to a meeting in the UK Prime Minister’s Office at No 10 Downing Street on the day of the demo and thereafter address you and answer questions.

Sorry for the changes, but this is a golden opportunity that we can’t afford to miss at this stage in our struggle.

We have to make the September demo BIGGER and BETTER, but this can only happen with your support.

You have spoken for millions of Ugandans who are suffocated by Museveni’s repressive dictatorship and tyrannical rule.

Dress Code: Red. Bring drums, vuvuzelas, whistles among others.

Some of the Ugandans living in UK  who demonstrated for Bobi Wine freedom last week.Bobi

The struggle for freedom in Uganda has reached a critical stage.”

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