Bobi Wine returns to parliament after four months

Bobi Wine returns to parliament after four months

KAMPALA - Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine, has returned to parliament on Wednesday (March 10, 2021) after four months away from the August House.

Ever since he was nominated to run for Presidency on November 3, 2020, the National Unity Platform (NUP) party leader got busy with campaigns as he traversed the country, besides engaging in other party activities.

The legislator was welcomed by fellow legislators at parliament. 

Kyagulanyi’s return to parliament comes after he lost the January 14 presidential elections, whose results he has contested, though he withdrew the petition from the Supreme Court.

The Electoral Commission chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama, announced President Yoweri Museveni the winner of the presidential elections with 58%, beating his other 10 contestants.

Kyagulanyi came second with 35%, but the legislator has contested the results. 

Other candidates were; Nobert Mao (Democratic Party), Patrick Amuriat Oboi (Forum for Democratic Change) and General Mugisha Muntu (Alliance for National Transformation).

Others including; Lt. Gen. Henry Tumukunde Joseph Kabuleta, Nancy Kalembe, Willy Mayambala, John Katumba, and Fred Mwesigye stood as independents.

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