Shocking: Neglected Kibalama survived Covid-19, may not survive hunger, cries to Bobi Wine NUP MPs giving out food to save him

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Shocking: Neglected Kibalama survived Covid-19, may not survive hunger, cries to Bobi Wine NUP MPs giving out food to save him. Whisper Eye News

The founder and former president of National Unity Platform (NUP) Mzee Nkonge Moses Kibalama has appealed to NUP MPs giving out food to save his life and donate him food in this Covid-19 lockdown.

Mzee Kibalama was discharged recently from Bombo Military Barracks hospital after successfully recover from Covid-19.

The former gaffer of Uganda’s leading opposition party survived Covid-19 pandemic but may not survive hunger, as he battles 42 days of the second phase of Covid-19 lockdown.

“Since I started working with Bobi Wine’s People Power Movement I lost my good jobs that could help to earn a living,” says Mr Kibalama.

“I have taken long to meet Mr. Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert (Bobi Wine), I last spoke to him in the courtroom during the NUP party case when I was explaining to him the worst situation we were going through,” NUP founder Kibalama added.

According to Mzee Kibalama, he was sidelined immediately after helping People Power Movement leaders assume top party positions.

“The world is silent about the ongoing unfairness, but let me warn you in advance, some top NUP party leaders are not good elements to the liberation struggle in Uganda. It is very difficult to understand now, but it will be revealed in the near future,” Mzee Kibalama stated.

“I appeal to NUP MPs who are giving out to the needy, also to consider me at this critical moment of the 42 days of Covid-19 lockdown,” aged Kibalama cried out for help.

Speaking to NUP top leadership Last week, they assured Whisper Eye that as a party their former leaders and elders are being catered for in this difficult time.

Mr Kibalama was discharged recently from Bombo Military Barracks surviving the deadly Covid-19 disease.


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