For the duration of Bobi Wine’s international holiday with his wife and friends, Uganda has had a number of incidents at national emergency levels. The fuel crisis has continued to worsen and many locals have looked upon their leaders for solutions on adjusting to the cost of living.
The Arts teachers had also staged an industrial action against a move by government to increase the pay of
International Human rights lawyer Kenneth Roth was also in the country and used the opportunity to meet President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to improve the country’s human rights record. This would have been a very apt moment for Bobi Wine to address the issue on home soil but he is away on holiday, eating life with a big spoon.
Why did Bobi Wine hide away at this crucial time after all the false allegations he made before the European Parliament against Uganda?
Whatever happened to the endless cries of abuse and being a representative of the lower class in our society.
This doesnt come across as a shock to many people who have closely followed Bobi. These questions have been asked time and time again and yet each time he has ignored the plight of the struggle that he preaches.
Instead, its the resurgence of Kiiza Besigye who has now been twice arrested and arraigned before court for standing up to the regime on the lack of action towards the rise in cost of living.
Societies get the leaders they deserve. This statement has never had such an apt meaning.