By Our Investigative Team
The children of National Unity Platform presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine are living in a military garrison in the United States of America.
Last week, Bobi Wine was seen sending off his four children at Entebbe Airport in the company of his wife, Barbie Itungo.
They travelled with their aunt, Asiimwe Jolly Kyomuhimbo and uncle Baron Rubamanya (Barbie Itungo’s siblings).
The kids include; Namagembe Shalom, Suubi Shine Nakayi, Kyagulanyi Sekayi Solomon Kampala and Mbogo Shadrack.
Although original information showed that the children will stay with Barbie’s sister in Texas, travel documents that have leaked indicate that the children were destined to a military garrison.
The leaked document shows that PAX “is travelling with children of Robert Kyagulanyi with consent from their mother Kyagulanyi Barbara Itungo.”
According to informed sources the destination of children and their relatives are two.
The first destination is Address 1502 Enclave PKY APT 713, Houston Texas. This is believed to be the address of Itungo’s sister, Asiimwe Jolly Kyomuhimbo.
The second destination indicated in the travel document is Fort Bliss, Texas – US Army Garrison 1741, Marshall Road EL. And this destination is highly suspected to be the actual place where the Bobi children will stay while in the US.
Also going by Bobi Wine’s allegations that there were plans to harm his children in order to derail his campaigns, it wouldn’t be surprising that the kids are kept in a more secure location like a military garrison.
A close search in Google showed that Fort Bliss is a United States Army post in New Mexico and Texas, with its headquarters in El Paso, Texas.
Named in honor of LTC William Bliss (1815–1853), a mathematics professor who was the son-in-law of President Zachary Taylor, Ft. Bliss has an area of about 1,700 square miles (4,400 km2)
It is the largest installation in United States Army Forces Command and second-largest in the Army overall (the largest being the adjacent White Sands Missile Range).
Fort Bliss is home to the 1st Armored Division, which returned to US soil in 2011 after 40 years in Germany. The division is supported by the 1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade.
The installation is also home to the 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command, the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, the 212th Fires Brigade (now reflagged as the 1st Armored Division Artillery), and the 402nd Field Artillery Brigade.