Bobi Wine Writes Two Emotional Letters To his Children: “Take care of you mom, Love one Another”

BY: Eyalama In Business, Politics On

Embattled and currently in prison ,Kyandodo east Legislator , Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine has wrote down an emotional letter to his children requesting them to protect their mother in his absence and love one another.

Bobi wine who remains detained at Makindye military barracks will be tried in the Army Court Martial today in Gulu town.

Despite being permitted to meet his children from the military barracks, Bobi Wine, according to his wife Barbra Kyagulanyi asked not meet them arguing that this could traumatise them further considering his current situation with wounds on his body and the inability to walk.

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In a lengthy post on her known social media platforms, Barbra Kyagulanyi postulated that even when he misses the children so much and would love to see and hug them every minute, meeting them from a military prison is the last thing he would like to show them

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” Like the caring father he always is, he asked me, Don’t you think finding me in this state will traumatise them further? ”  Part of Barbra’s post reads.

Bobi wine wrote down two heartfelt letters, one to the first born child, Solomon who is at school and the other to the Shalom, Shadrack and Suubi who are at home with their mother.

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