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Paul Koring
Paul Koring has been sent by Bobi Wine's international lawyer Robert Amsterdam. Courtesy photo

Bobi Wine’s International Lawyer Amsterdam Sends Foreign Mercenary To Uganda

This website has exclusively established that Mr Paul T. Koring, sent by Bobi Wine’s foreign lawyer arrived in the country between 10th and 11th October
posted onOctober 13, 2018
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By Kampala Post Reporter 

KAMPALA. Robert Amsterdam, the lawyer associated with the Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has sent his associate to Uganda to interview the 33 people that were involved in the Arua Municipality by-election fracas in August.

Our sources in Bobi Wine’s People Power outfit say Koring, an American national  was in the country to interview Kassiano Wadri and the 33 people who were involved in the Arua fracas with a view of building a case against Uganda.

This website has exclusively established that Mr Paul T. Koring, sent by Bobi Wine’s foreign lawyer arrived in the country on 10th and left on 11th October for Kenya where he met and briefed Bobi Wine and Amsterdam who  were waiting for him in Nairobi.

Like Amsterdam, Koring who possesses a US passport was born in Canada but now lives and works in the US.

Meanwhile security operatives in the country had learnt of Koring’s visit and had been trailing and monitoring whatever the 64 year old American national was doing.

Koring’s visit and his activities in Uganda further emphasize this website’s previous report about the forces behind Bobi Wine’s political activities.

MORERobert Amsterdam: PR Guru for International Mercenaries?

From our reliable sources and as we reported earlier, Bobi Wine is a project of foreign opportunists who are after plunging the country into chaos in order for them to achieve their motive of looting Uganda’s resources.

Bobi Wine’s representation by globally known Lawyer Robert Amsterdam who has a reputation for representing the collective interests of the largest corporations and banks on earth and now the latest development is telling.

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