People Power Movement boss Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has on Tuesday appointed former NTV news anchor Joel Ssenyoni as the national spokesperson of People Power Movement.
The appointment of former journalist was welcomed by several People Power supporters many of whom agreed that he is the most suitable candidate for the job.
The former journalist recently resigned from NTV to join active politics and his latest appointment left many people wondering how much Ssenyonyi will be earning.
Bobi Wine took to twitter to explain that the position doesn’t attract any salary and it is just a sacrifice.
“Thanks Joel, for accepting this responsibility, which I know is a sacrifice. I encourage all Ugandans- young, old, men, women, educated and not educated- to take on the mantle & work for our nation’s redemption. No one else will do it for us- it is us we have been waiting for! ,” Bobi Wine said shortly after the appointment.
He added: “He is a man of unquestionable integrity with an impeccable record in speaking against injustice, bad governance & the evils that bedevil our society. It gives me great pleasure to see intelligent young Ugandans join this struggle to liberate Uganda from oppression & dictatorship.”