Kenyan students to march to the Ugandan Embassy in demand for Bobi Wine’s freedom

Kenyans are constantly showing concern about the ongoing political situation in Uganda and they are involving all generations in the struggle. Kenyan students are set to march to the Ugandan Embassy in a peaceful demonstration for Bobi Wine‘s freedom.

Just when you think that the fire could be cooling down amidst the ongoing #FreeBobiWine campaign, the fire could be only igniting and this time Ugandans have nothing to do with it, but rather our brothers and sisters from the East, Kenya.

Bobi Wine poster.

The Kenya Universities Students’ Organization has rallied 200,000 of their members to protest peacefully as they march towards the Ugandan Embassy located on Riverside drive.

This is after a large number of Kenyans signed petitions that made their rounds on social media demanding for the release of Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi a.k.a Bobi Wine.

The organization called upon all university students to join in the protest as they demand for the release of Bobi Wine, whom they claimed was a talented and visionary youthful Ugandan political leader, as explained in the letter below;

The letter from KUSO.

Bobi Wine was arrested on 13th August 2018 and is being remanded on treason charges.

Thank you for standing with us Kenya!

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