Archbishop Lwanga Cries Out As Netizens Accuse Him Of Plotting To Kill NUP’s Bobi Wine

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Archbishop Lwanga Cries Out As Netizens Accuse Him Of Plotting To Kill NUP's Bobi Wine
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The Catholic Archbishop of Kampala, Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has decried the misuse of social media by a group of Ugandans whom he says are accusing him of plotting to poison Bobi Wine.

The man of God made statements while at Rubaga Cathedral delivering his Christmas Homilysaying there is a  section of Ugandans on social media that are now spreading all forms of fake news against him.

This follows a statement by the Uganda Joint Christian Council which he read early this week suggesting that the government should postpone elections and amend the constitution to keep Museveni in power for another three years due to Covid -19 and also to allow the political climate to calm down as a number of people have already lost their lives adding that most politicians are not following the covid-19 guidelines as put in place by the ministry of health and the electoral commission.

“There is too much misuse of social media, too much fake news. People were on social media spreading lies, abusing me, and saying all sorts of things. That I have been bought (by Museveni). If you ask such people to provide proof, they can never get it. I ask you to use social media to say the truth, avoid spreading fake news,” Lwanga said.

He also added that a certain group of Ugandans is threatening him. They are accusing him and other religious leaders of trying to frustrate the National Unity Platform Presidential Flagbearer, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine.

“Certain people on social media are accusing me and other religious leaders of harboring ill intentions against Bobi Wine. One of them even called me and said that religious leaders want to kill Bobi Wine by poisoning the hostia (Eucharist bread). These people have apparently asked Bobi Wine to stop taking holy communion in church or not pray in certain churches for such a reason. Can you imagine!” Lwanga wondered.

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Kizito Lwanga also discouraged those that are insisting that the statement was entirely his. He also added that it was a statement issued as a chairman of UJCC representing other leaders.

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