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Bobi Wine’s Wife Barbie Now Gets Nightmares Every Night – Mickie Wine

I go by Bobi Wine’s house at 2am to check on his wife. I find her only in nightmares says legislator’s younger brother Mike Wine

Bobi Wine’s younger brother singer Mike Wine has exclusively revealed to us that Barbra Itungo Bobi’s wife has been getting nightmares since Monday and has hardly slept since.

“I live in the neighbourhood so I go by Bobi’s house to check on the family. At 2 am, Barbie is awake. This is really hard on her,” Mikie aka Sulubada said.

Barbie and husband Bobi Wine in happier times.

The ‘Yanimba’ singer further reveals that, the matters worsened when the family travelled to Gulu hoping to see Bobi Wine only to be turned away by the Court Martial. Barbie as she is commonly known in particular got broken and severally lost weight.

“It really broke our hearts and some of us broke down. I personally thought he (Bobi) was dead,” he added.

After being stealthily paraded before the Court Martial, Bobi Wine was remanded to Makindye Military Barracks until August 23, 2018.  He was charged with illegal possession of firearms.

PROTESTS IN CITY

Mean while it seems security officers will soon have to deal with re-current demonstrations and protests. After Police foiled protests around Kiira road, Kamwokya yesterday, the youths have picked up from where they started.

The Kyadondo East Member of parliament Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine was finally charged and remanded to Makindye military prison as the youth demanded to know the fate of their hero.

Bobi Win’e fans have been demanding for his release

Kyagulanyi appeared before the Army Court Martial chairman Lt. Gen Andrew Gutti at Gulu barracks on Thursday evening. He was charged with two counts of illegal possession of fire arms and live ammunition. He was later airlifted in a military helicopter to Makindye barracks, where he was remanded to until August 23.

Kyagulanyi’s family, friends and journalists who had waited all day and were denied access to the Army court proceedings. Lt. Gen Gutti only allowed in his two lawyers Medard Sseggona and Asuman Basalirwa.

 

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