Details emerge why sickly NUP founder Mzee Kibalama prefers being exiled in Kenya

Moses Nkonge Kibalama, one of the founding members of the National Unity Platform party fled to Kenya to seek asylum. #WhisperEyeNews #UgandaNews

According to the insiders, Kibalama has been receiving threatening calls as he failed to execute his tasks. Sources familiar with the situation said Kibalama left the country for Nairobi, Kenya after receiving numerous threats to his life.

It is reported that the regretful NUP founder had been receiving threats for quite some time but the threats intensified after he launched parallel offices in Kabowa- Rubaga Division in June this year.

Kibalama backed by a group of colleagues from the original NURDP party organized a delegates’ conference in May 2021 in Rubaga Division in which they unanimously agreed to re-appoint Kibalama as their president.

Since then, things have not been going well for Kibalama at some point unknown people broke into his home and ordered him to back off from NUP at gunpoint.

Amidst his efforts to secure back the party, Kibalama was hit with disappointment after Electoral Commission clarified that Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine was still recognized as the NUP president.

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