The People Power pressure Group Movement led by Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Hon. Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has continued to distance itself from the escalating allegation rotating around the singing lawmaker and the Kampala Central Member of Parliament Hon. Muhammad Nsereko.
This was after information alleging Hon. Nsereko had been hired by president Museveni to lore Bobi Wine to desist from contesting for presidency come 2021.
According to the allegations that went viral on social media, its said that president Museveni gave the former National Resistance Movement rebel legislator huge sums of money to have the purported deal executed.
However, Hon. Nsereko has consistently distanced himself from the allegations saying that they are being peddled by people aiming at tarnishing his hard earned image.
I want the world to know that a person of my stature can’t be part of such allegations. Those are falsehoods aimed at trashing my name. All I know is that I haven’t met or not having plans to meet my brother Bobi Wine to negation such a deal. Please disregard the information, its fake news.” Nsereko said in an interview with Pearl FM.
Speaking to our insider, the group’s spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi stated that they aren’t aware about any form of coalition or meeting between the two lawmakers.
He added that as people power, they have better things to do than just responding to minor issues like Hon. Nsereko’s allegations.
It should be noted that since the inception of the people power pressure group, Hon. Muhammad’s seat has been faced demand from people that want to replace him come 2021.
Besides the Forum for Democratic Change’s Deputy Secretary General Harold Kaija, Bobi Wine’s elder brother Fred Nyanzi Ssentamu has continued spending sleepless nights planning the best tricks on how he can oust Hon. Nsereko from the office has held since 2011.
However as far as our snoops on the ground are concerned, the son to the seasoned journalist seems not to be ready retire from politics soon since he has already started massive grassroot campaigns.
Hon. Nsereko is also planning to construct a multi-billion hospital in the heart of Kampala in bid to curb the alarming health conditions in the metropolitan area.