Bobi Wine Suspends Campaigns To Attend To Injured Ghetto Tv Journalist Ashraf, Transferred To Rubaga Hospital For Further Treatment

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National Unity Platform (NUP) Presidential Candidate Robert Kyagulanyi has suspended his Campaigns after three journalists sustained serious injuries in the scuffle between him and the police.

Journalists including Ashraf Kasirye (Ghetto TV) Daniel Lutaaya (NBS TV) and Ali Mivuule (NTV Uganda) sustained injuries during the scuffle between Kyagulanyi and the police at Kyabakuza, 7kms from Masaka city, along Masaka, Mbarara road.

Bobi wine was heading to Lwengo district, to address his supporters there however he was blocked at Kyabakuza town, by the police who wanted him to use a different route off the main road which he resented, forcing police to use force.

In the process, Kasirye who was streaming live the happenings at Kyabakuza, via Ghetto TV, was injured allegedly by a rubber bullet, which was shot direct on his head.

”To save Kasirye’s life, Kyagulanyi who was Sunday (December 27, 2020) supposed to campaign in Lwengo, Bukomansimbi, and Mpigi districts, suspended his Campaigns to take Kasirye to Rubaga Hospital in Kampala, for further Management,”Mpuuga said

The campaigns have been suspended as of today because the President has gone with Ashraf who is badly injured. We shall communicate to the country probably before the fall of the day as to our next course of action,”  Mpuuga added.

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“Kasirye is in a critical condition, so Kyagulanyi has had to suspend his Campaigns to take him to hospital, we shall be letting you know when he will resume his campaigns again,” Mpuga told journalists at Mulago regional referral hospital in Masaka.

Before he was taken to Kampala, Kasirye who had been announced dead by social media users was seen trying to move his body in pain as doctors worked on him at Masaka regional referral hospital.

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