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Finally abducted Bobi Wine in-law Selector Davie released

By Hannah Marion Namukasa

Uganda People’s Defense Forces army has finally released National Unity Platform (NUP) president and former presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine’ in law also official DJ and sound engineer Lule David Bwanika alias Selector Davie after two weeks in Makidye Military barracks.

Selector Davie was abducted by un uniformed armed men from his home in Magere, Kasangati town council Wakiso distict on the 12th of January 2021 and whereabouts have been unknown until his release.

The security denied knowledge of his disappearance despite being in their hands for over two weeks.

Bobi Wine said Bwanika was paraded before Bombo military Barracks where he was released after two weeks of illegal detention.

 “Today Selector Davie was removed from the illegal detention in Makindye military barracks where he and hundreds of other NUP/People Power supporters have been held incomunicado.

 He was abducted from his home in Magere by soldiers on 12th January and he tells of grave torture visited on him and other detainees. He was paraded before the Bombo court martial this afternoon and released on bail in a very worrying health condition. 

Please continue demanding for the unconditional release of all political prisoners.” Posted Bobi Wine on his Facebook page

Meanwhile Selector through his facebook page he thanked the public for standing with him.

He added that he will soon come out to narrate the horror he went through in the hands of the military

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