Robert Kyagulanyi well known as Bobi Wine has withdrawn a court case challenging the just concluded election results in Uganda.
The singer turned politician confirmed the news at the city of Kampala citing lack of confidence from the Supreme Court of Uganda who are yet to rule on the matter.
The 39-year-old singer has over and over and again rejected the January results claiming victory was stolen from him by the incumbent President Yoweri Museveni.
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He has also demanded action into the violence that spread before and after the elections that saw his supporters die, killed and imprisoned without any clear reason.
“For 29 days, Kajimu Umar who does stationery work for us has been under military detention. He tells of a horrifying ordeal- beaten, forced to roll on ground several times, electrocuted! Saw horrendous things there. He was eventually release yesterday.” Said Bobi Wine after meeting a colleague.
Responding to the claims, the Supreme Court issued a statement confirming that they will address the matter once the charges before them are withdrawn by Bobi Wine’s lawyers.