Respected City Journalist Sir Simon Muyanga Lutaaya has appealed to the Government not to dare arrest National Unity Platform (NUP) supreme leader, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu in the interests of National security.
Muyanga’s remarks comes at a time various regime loyalists have been calling for something to be done to check on Wine’s sectarian talk which could plunge the country into a deeper catastrophe.
While speaking in Luwero last week, Bobi launched an open attack on President Museveni whom he said has grossly mismanaged the country working with a small clique comprising of relatives and friends. He also said that the ruling group have imensely sidelined ethnic Baganda whom they have turned into a real curse in their own country.
The Director of CID Major Godfrey Magambo, on Monday threatened that Kyagulanyi could be arrested to be interrogated over the remarks in Luwero.
Leave @HEBobiwine alone,no one benefits from his arrest and no one should insinuate it! His message is not new even Hussein Kyanjo once promoted it! @GovUganda @PoliceUg should let it pass,the condemnation is enough! Let this @NUP_Ug tour end in peace,good you now know…! pic.twitter.com/bhWoh2EN2S
— Sir Simon Muyanga Lutaaya (@muyangalutaaya) September 11, 2023
But Muyanga has urged security to ignore whatever Bobi Wine has said, since arresting him would turn more problematic.
Taking to his Twitter handle, Muyanga said that regardless of the degree of damage Kyagulanyi’s sectarian message threatens to cause, such can not prosper. He exemplified with Late Hajji Hussain Kyanjo who he says preached the same message but it died a natural death.