Bobi Wine apologises to wife for missing her birthday to pursue politics

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Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has apologized to his wife for his absence on her birthday.

Bobi Wine penned a heartfelt message on social media to celebrate his spouse Barbie Kyagulanyi who is turning 39 years.

“Today is your birthday, but instead of taking you to a romantic dinner, I am away in Lira for the common good, but you do not frown about it,” he pleaded.

Bobi Wine praises his wife

The defacto opposition leader praised his wife for supporting him over the years in his political journey.

“You built up your man to perfection, and then you donated him to your nation without hesitation.

“You have always taken me back, in whatever shape I return home, beaten and bruised with a broken back, and you have always nursed and prepared me for the next day’s fight,” he added.

Bobi Wine poses for a photo with his wife Barbie and their four children. PHOTO/FILE

Bobi Wine begins national tour

True to his words, Bobi Wine launched new party offices in Lira District, northern Uganda.

He embarked on a national tour on Monday, September 4 to launch new party offices. He hopes to amass more followers as he gears up towards the next elections.

Bobi Wine addresses residents of Mbale District. PHOTO/TWITTER

Bobi Wine will conclude the first phase of his tour on Wednesday, September 13.

Uganda is not a monarchy

Bobi Wine promised to continue with his tours while noting that nobody will dare stop him from spreading the people power message to Ugandans.

“People must be wondering why we haven’t been stopped today by beating us and using teargas. We recorded them in the previous election and we went to the International Criminal Court, anytime the arrest warrant is going out,” he added.

The National Unity Platform party leader urged Ugandans not to be misled by President Museveni’s son General Muhoozi who has declared interest in becoming president.

“Uganda is not a Monarch. What good can we expect from him, after what his dad has done to us? We should vote for change,” he said.

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