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Rebecca Suubi | The Wife Of Joseph Kabuleta | On Why The NEED Party Leader Was Detained

Joseph Kabuleta

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Ugandan politician, sports analyst, preacher, and journalist Joseph is also a journalist. On January 14, 2021, he entered the race for president of Uganda as an independent.

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He is well known for his vehement support of the Financial Liberation program and his open criticism of the government and its institutions.

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Joseph Kabuleta’s Early Life

John and Margaret Kabuleta welcomed their ninth child, Kabuleta, into the world in Nairobi. While his father is a member of the Munyoro tribe from Hoima, Uganda, his mother is a member of the Kikuyu tribe from Kenya.

Kabuleta was nurtured in Rubaga, Kampala before his family moved to Hoima, Uganda, where his father was born.

He attended Namilyango Junior School and Namilyango College to earn his O and A- Level certificates. To earn a civil engineering diploma, he enrolled in Mbale Technical College.

After completing the diploma program, he began working for The Crusader newspaper as a sports journalist in 1997. In 1998, he was allowed to become a sports editor.

Rebecca Suubi, the wife of Joseph Kabuleta

In July 2017, Joseph Kabuleta married his longtime partner Rebecca Suubi Kabuleta in a grand ceremony that was invite-only and exclusive.

Together, they have two children. They are both fervent followers of Prophet Elvis Mbonye. He had two children from a prior five-year marriage that ended in divorce due to irreconcilable disagreements.

Rebecca Ssuubi Kabuleta is a newly converted Christian who specializes in lactation, works as a dietitian, sings gospel music, and attends church.

To start various projects, she went back to school and earned a Post Graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management.

She started using the skills she had acquired via her professional experience, formal education, and informal learning to work on her nutrition-related initiatives.

Rebecca serves the Lord via music. She joined the chapel choir and Girls of Faith, and she eventually cut a little CD titled “Sounds of Heaven.”

Why Joseph Kabuleta, the head of the NEED Party, was detained

On Monday morning, security personnel detained Joseph Kabuleta, the opposition National Economic Empowerment Dialogue (NEED) Party leader. According to accounts, Kabuleta was kidnapped by masked men when they showed up at his branch offices in Bugolobi, Kampala, at around one in the afternoon.

According to a source at the office who spoke to ChimpReports, the men arrived at the gate in a black drone. While three other people were still in the drone, the informant alleged that “two penetrated the gate and snatched him from his office.”

At his weekly press conference, which focused on the nation’s recent rise in instability, Kabuleta had just finished speaking. Although the Police had not yet verified it, the opposition party said that Kabuleta had been “brought to CID Kibuli.”

The arrest comes after Mr. Kabuleta was requested to appear before the Police a few weeks previously to address inquiries on comments he made five months earlier that they believe caused rifts.

Kabuleta was scheduled to appear before the Police’s CID Commander at CPS on November 4, 2022, but he never did.

Kabuleta is accused of making tribal statements on May 30, 202,2 in the summons letter from the police. General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the President’s son, was detained and kept at a government torture facility for four days after criticizing him in a Facebook post.

When he told the story of his experience to the media, the authorities denied it and contradicted it.

Several government critics had already been imprisoned and tortured before he revealed that the state does, in fact, torture independent and vocal opposition voices like Dr. Stella Nyanzi, a political activist and feminist.

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