- February 23, 2021
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Bobi Wine To Pay Billions For Withdrawing Election Petition- NRM Lawyers Confirm
One of President Yoweri Museveni’s lawyers that is handling the election petition Hussein Kashillingi has confirmed that National Unity Platform’s president Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine will be billed in billions of shillings for withdrawing election petition.
“We are warming up for the costs, and they are in billions. We will be putting in our bill,” Kashillingi revealed
Kashillingi made the comments while appearing on NBS Tv’s Morning Breeze on Tuesday morning just hours after Bobi Wine announced that he had instructed his lawyers to with draw the petition from supreme court.
“Owiny-Dollo’s court does not look like an institution that will give Ugandans justice.” Bobi Wine told his supporters on Monday.
Bobi Wine further noted that the Supreme Court judges are biased with a pre-determined mind and therefore they will not continue with such a ‘mockery’ of the judiciary.
However, Museveni’s lawyer Kashillingi has trashed Bobi Wine’s allegations saying they are baseless and he has no evidence to back them up thus terming them as just ‘drama’ adding that Bobi Wine should stop fooling Ugandans.
“President Museveni won the election on January 14th. This drama has to end, even series come to an end. Hon. Kyagulanyi’s drama has to come to an end, the country has to move on.” Kashilingi said
Kyagulanyi said that he will now take his case to the public court, but Kashillingi maintained that the public decided already and that was on January 14th, 2021, by going to the polls where President Museveni emerged winner, according to the Electoral Commission results.
“They said that President Museveni should lead us for the next five years,” Kashillingi said.
“When you go to court, you expect to win or lose. There is no draw, the courts don’t become biased because Hon. Kyagulanyi says so
He has been in that court before, when he wins, the courts are okay. When it doesn’t go in his favour, then the courts are biased,” Kashillingi added.