“Stay away from Vissionless & drug addict Politician”-NRM boss cautions students on Bobi wine

University students have been warned against allowing Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine to infiltrate their institutions of learning.

This was during a patriotism leadership course training held at Kyankwanzi to install virtues of patriotism in university student leaders.

The training was organized by National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs, Office of the President and The National Council of Inter-University NRM Chapter under the theme of “Leadership with a vision, establishing well informed and empowered youth leaders for a better future,”

In his speech, the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Deputy Secretary-General, Richard Todwong, told the student leaders that they should make efforts to make sure that Bobi Wine and his People Power movement do not infiltrate their space to cause a commotion.

“I want to caution you against allowing Bobi Wine to infiltrate your institution’s of learning,” he said in part.

Todwong said that Bobi Wine has nothing to offer but the NRM will meet the student’s needs and encouraged them to work together with NRM.

Richard Todwong

Over 48 student leaders from institutions of higher learning attended the training where Richard attacked Bobi wine calling hi a visionless and drug addict who will bring miseries to the Elite students.

According to the NRM secretariat, the objective of the training is to further youth leadership efficiency and build charismatic and informed leaders who serve for the furtherance of not only their respective Universities but also the country at large.

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