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Uganda: Bobi Wine’s Wife Pens Hubby Bobi Wine Love Letter on Anniversary

Barbie Kyagulanyi, Bobi Wine’s wife penned a heartfelt letter to her husband on their 7th wedding anniversary.

The two have known each other a little over 10 years since their school days and have four children together; Solomon, Shalom, Shadraq and Suubi.

Promising to stand by him during this trying time, with this letter she seemed to assure him of her support.

“Bobi my love, today is our seventh wedding anniversary. Unlike the other anniversaries in the past, this one finds us in a court room in Gulu. It finds you in clutches, unable to walk by yourself. It finds you before a judge, making an application for you to be released on bail so that you can go for medical treatment.

“But let me tell you this. I have never been so proud of you. I am very proud that you are not before this judge because you did anything wrong. Not because you stole public funds or killed a person.

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“You are before the judge because of standing for what you believe in. You have always told me that your dream is to live in a country which works for all citizens.

Barbie Kyagulanyi and Bobi Wine

“On our wedding day on 27th August 2011, you composed for me the best song I’ve ever listened to ‘For better for worse.’ You promised to be with me through thin and thick, in sickness and in health, in sorrows and joy. I promised you the same. Here we are on that worse bit of the oath.

Happy wedding anniversary my Love; for better, for worse. In sickness and in health.”

Bobi Wine, who was released on bail will be flown to the Royal London Hospital for treatment after alleged extensive torture in jail.

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Written by How Africa

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