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#FreeBobiWine: Ugandans on Twitter appreciate love from Kenyans

Ugandans on Twitter have appreciated the solidarity shown by Kenyans who protested in the streets of Nairobi on Thursday to call for the release of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine.

Kenyan civil activists met at Freedom corner in Uhuru Park and marched to Parliament on Thursday morning, carrying placards bearing the picture of Bobi Wine.

Some of the placards carried messages asking President Museveni to release the firebrand politician.

Bobi Wine was arrested by police shortly after leaving a military court where the Ugandan government had withdrawn charges against him.


This is what Ugandans on Twitter had to say on the show of solidarity from Kenyans.

@Nbr_Ann tweeted; “This is emotional. Thank you Kenya!”

@Edithspears said; “Wow…. U such a blessing to Uganda …….#Kenya.”

@suzanne_mbabazi wrote; “Kenyans love us this much!”

@sandrah07839880 commented; “This has indeed shown the love Kenyans have for us, hope one day to reward them.”

@sandrahcharity said; “Thank you Kenyans, thanks a lot.. Please continue supporting Ugandans.. May God richly bless you So far some charges against @HEBobiwine have been dropped. But we’re still praying for more #FreeBobiWine.”

@kiwaSsendege wrote; “Asante Sana.”