News reaching our news desk confirms Journalist Andrew Mwenda has officially joined Bobi Wine’s National Unity Platform (NUP). In addition, he has vowed to challenge Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu for the party flag.
Mwenda however said NUP is not radical as he had previously thought. He vowed to commit and challenge Kyagulanyi in the party primaries since the party’s motive is to practice democracy. In addition, he also called for a presidential debate with party leader Hon Robert Kyagulanyi commonly known as Bobi Wine.
“I have registered as a member of the National Unity Platform and then also picked forms to become a presidential candidate. In addition, I found out that Hon Kyagulanyi treats Kyadondo East the same way President Museveni treats NRM. Therefore I will challenge Bobi Wine and I am very sure I will win,” Andrew Mwenda said.
It’s on record that Mwenda has for a long time now been on the parallel with Hon Robert Kyagulanyi’s National Unity Platform. This is because he thought the party was built on defiance and therefore was not suitable to take overpower.
Briefly, who is Andrew Mwenda?
Andrew is print, radio, and television journalist from Uganda. He was born in 1972 in Fort Portal, Kabarole District, in the western part of Uganda. In addition, to Mzee Phillip Muhanga of Fort Portal. Mwenda is the founder and CEO of The Independent, which is a current affairs newsmagazine. Andrew attended Nyakasura School for his O-Level education. He then joined Busoga College Mwiri in Jinja, in the Eastern part of Uganda for his A-Level education. Andrew Mwenda then joined Makerere University, Uganda’s oldest University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.
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