The leader of the People Power Movement Hon. Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine has extended messages of solidarity to leaders in the East African region amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Bobi Wine sent assurances to the leaders and the people, saying the People Power Movement stands with East Africans as the world battles the coronavirus crisis.
In a letter he wrote to HE Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, which this website saw, Bobi says working together, East Africans shall overcome COVID-19.
“Mr President, We salute your government’s efforts to curb the spread of the virus. We also pay tribute to your country’s public health professionals, scientists and other medical workers who are on the forefront, making incredible sacrifices to respond to this pandemic.” Kyagulanyi said.
“Your excellency we stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Kenya in these turbulent times as we always have.” He added.
According to Kyagulanyi’s message that was posted alongside the letter, he intends to write to all other leaders in the region and beyond over the same matter.
“I sent messages of solidarity to their Excellencies the leaders of States within East Africa, Africa & the world. On behalf of the People Power Movement, I sent assurances that we stand with the people of the world in these turbulent times. Together, we shall overcome COVID-19.” Kyagulanyi posted.
Uganda has displayed a better response plan against coronavirus in the region with one of the lowest victims of the pandemic, and no death has been registered yet.