Black Wall Street leader Charles N. Lambert known for his pan African dream has hit at Bobi Wine for de-campaigning Uganda to the rest of Africa.
Following the arrest Omah Lay and Tems over flouting Covid-19 guidelines, Bobi Wine slammed Uganda over the act saying it was shameful. He further instructed his legal team to assist Omah Lay’s team to secure his release.
But the Nigerian born Lambert stated that unlike Bobi Wine, he has been to Nigeria and can confirm Nigeria is a far worse country than Uganda and that Nigeria wants to be as free as Uganda.
The outspoken Lambert criticised the technics used by the Presidential candidate Bobi to decampaign Uganda as a country while he should be promoting and selling her to the rest of the world if he wished Uganda and Ugandans well.
The Nigerian Punch online website noted that Bobi Wine posted “There is no rule of law in Uganda. This country runs on orders from a small circle of oppressors who dispense orders that are implemented without question. There’s absolutely no reason why our brothers should still be detained yet their concert was under police watch #FreeOmahLay,” something Lambert and Ugandans have disputed.
The economic war boss in his statement notes that for a presidential candidate to talk about his country in this manner to other states is selling it out and cutting ties therefore not a good leader who wishes the best for his country.
Below is his full submission on the matter;
“This guy is desperate. If you are Nigerian and come to Uganda and misbehave, you follow law due process.
If Uganda is as lawless as he claims and ‘Organized Orders’ is not suitable for Africa, he should go live in Nigeria with it’s current system for only few months.
Uganda is the only country in Africa that Okada ( boda boda )sleeps on his bike and you can wake him at 2am and he takes you anywhere. Safer than the US, only comparable to the Scandinavian in security.
If Uganda can be anything like Nigeria, I will be the first one to run away from here. Our vision is to make Nigeria like Uganda. Africa First,” Charles N. Lambert said.