People Power political movement was popularised by Afro-beat artist and Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, Mr Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine, to advocate for change in Uganda's political leadership.
Increasingly, it is no longer even ‘‘news’’ when members of the opposition are blocked from holding meetings, rallies, prayers, and music concerts, as is the case with singer and Member of parliament, Robert Kyagulanyi better known by his stage name—Bobi Wine.
The Tubonga Nawe musical, which rented most of the best hands in the industry, had one stubborn exception, Bobi Wine.
This goes out to all God-fearing people (believers) and in particular musician-cum-politician, Bobi Wine (Robert Kyagulanyi, MP Kyadondo East constituency).
Young Ugandans have recently been energised by pop star-turned-MP Bobi Wine, who spearheaded protests against the age-limit amendment and has rapidly become a thorn in the government's side.
Bobi Wine’s pond skater move to a political personage hinges on his musical muscle with seismic influence over his fans to render them infinitely more responsive to his persuasions.
The music and showmanship may have been eclipsed by that Bobi Wine - Bebe Cool ‘reunion’, but what many fans walked away with was ‘what a show!’ Bebe Cool dressed in a red Adidas outfit greeted a casually smart Bobi Wine, hugged him, laughed with him, making Kenzo’s fans happy; no one knows if the reunion is real or just politics.
His call comes at a time when Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine, is championing the cause for a better country.
Ssempa has in the past weeks been in the media attacking Bobi Wine.
Musician-turned-politician Bobi Wine endured the brunt of the merciless state mercenaries for leading protests against Museveni.