Hon Robert Kyagulanyi pays respect to Brigadier Bell Jackson

Bobi Wine pays respect to Brigadier Bell Jackson
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Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine has paid tribute to the fallen hero Brigadier Bell Jackson. In addition, Brigadier Jackson Tushabe breathed his last on Tuesday morning 30th June 2020 at Nakasero Hospital. A retired UPDF officer was the owner of Victors FC which played in the Uganda top flight and also won the Uganda Cup twice 2007/2008 and 2009/2010.

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Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu the Member of Parliament for Kyadondo East wrote the following message on his social media platform…

“This morning, we attended the funeral service of Brigadier Bell Jackson in Ggaba. Afande Bell was one of the young men who followed President Museveni to the bush, ostensibly to fight for freedom and democracy.

Brigadier Bell Jackson
Fallen soldier Brigadier Bell Jackson

He was also an elder brother to comrade Katana Benjamin, who heads the legal team of the People Power Movement. We celebrate this gallant Ugandan because he was not shy to speak out when his bosses veered off course. We celebrate elders like these because they genuinely fought for democracy, even when their dreams were betrayed by President Museveni and a small clique of people.

Brigadier Bell Jackson
Bobi Wine at the funeral of Jackson

Brigadier Bell Jackson was also a sportsman. He co-founded Victor’s FC and promoted talent. Finally, I sent a message of appreciation to UPDF for giving Brig. Bell a befitting send-off. Soldiers in many countries are given too much respect from all citizens.

They do not line up for services in public places and you will often see people standing up and giving them seats. That is what our national army should be- only if they become a truly national army in word and action. May the soul of the deceased rest in peace,” Bobi Wine posted.

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