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Bobi Wine, Kibalama Sued Over Changes in NURP


Robert Kyagulanyi will has another court battle on his hands. The Kyadondo East legislator who is eyeing the presidential seat has been sued by members of National Unity Reconciliation Development Party (NURP) over changes in the party which is now called National Unity Platform (NUP).

Kyagulanyi has been jointly sued with former party leader, Nkonge Kibalama,

David Lewis Rubongoya, the Secretary General, party spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi, deputy Secretary General Aisha Kabanda, Secretary for Women Affairs, Flavia Kalule Nabagabe, Secretary for National mobilization Fred Nyanzi Ssentamu and Senior administrative secretary Paul Ssimbwa Kagombe.

The suit has been filed by Difas Basile and Hassan Twala who claim to be founding members of the NURP. The two argue that changes were made in the party by Kibalama and his group without following the party constitution.

Bobi entered a partnership with NURP and changed its name to NUP, and also changed leadership with Bobi becoming the top most leader of the party.



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