GOVERNMENT is investigating alleged links between a hybrid terrorism group called the Red Movement and Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine, the leader of the People Power movement.

In a recent media appearance, Security minister General Elly Tumwiine said the the Red Movement is identified by red outfits which they supply world wide and are funded by LGBT with intent to create anarchy world wide.


Bobi Wine alongside Kasiono Wadri in Arua on Monday

LGBT is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. In use since the 1990s, the term is an adaptation of the initialism LGB, which was used to replace the term gay in reference to the LGBT community beginning in the mid-to-late 1980s.

Sources now tell us the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) has formed a task force to investigate supposed links between Bobi and the Red Movement.

Just yesterday, insider newspaper Red Pepper reported on it’s front page that Bobi Wine had recruited a militia.

The Red Pepper report further suggested the security had busted terror cells that belong to the Kyadondo East


Security minister Tumwiine further vowed to force Bobi Wine to apologise to the old guard accusing him of disrespect.
Tumwiine was speaking after Museveni’s interview with the BBC’s Alan Kasujja, which aired on Friday.

In the interview, Museveni accused Bobi Wine of dissuading investors from coming to Uganda.

Mr. Museveni described Bobi Wine as an enemy of Uganda’s prosperity over his comments discouraging foreign investment in Uganda.

“Why does he make our country so poor? He is responsible for all the problems we have today. What do you benefit by exposing our safe houses?” Tumwiine asked

“What do you benefit from the sanctions that the west is putting on us in the cabinet?
Are you so happy now that the cabinet is in disarray and the chief justice is in hiding?” he added

Tumwine also confirmed that Bobi must apologize, because he and his comrades in 1980 fought for this country, where he even lost his eye in the liberation war.
Meanwhile, Kasule Lumumba in her statement below advised Bobi Wine to be humble.
“Apologize to the president so he can allow you to sing. Stop making our country suffer. The whole cabinet is worried about shame if they try to go abroad.

If the chief justice cannot be allowed to enter a country, how about cabinet ministers. Bobi you are the cause of all these problems. You need to apologize,” Lumumba said.


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