As the country mourns the sudden death of Deputy Inspector General of Police Maj Gen Paul Lokech who allegedly succumbed to blood clot, former presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has issued a statement mourning the fallen general before hitting at the regime for ruining his career and reputation.
The National Unity Platform (NUP) leader who is extremely devastated about Gen. Lokech’s death described him as a gallant, courageous and fine soldier.
Bobi Wine accused the Museveni regime of not only destroying the nation, but also destroying careers and reputations of great men and women.
“The untimely death of Maj. Gen. Paul Lokech is very shocking. I want to send deepest condolences to his family, friends and the UPDF fraternity. I also send deep condolences to the people of Acholi sub-region for losing a dear son, who defied the odds and rose to the top” said Bobi Wine in a statement.
“A lot has been said about his bravely on the battle-field. His peers talk of how he commanded from the front, sometimes putting his life on the line. He had such a distinguished military career which many younger officers and men were eager to emulate,” he said.