Honourable Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi commonly known as Bobi Wine is one of the most vocal MPs against the amendment of article 102B of the Ugandan constitution where him and the other (mostly) opposition members of parliament are against the changing of this article that does not allow a person above 75 years to stand for presidency.
That aside, before he left for his South African tour where he is slated to meet with the Ugandans living there, Bobi dropped a fresh tune dubbed ‘Freedom’ in which he expresses the state of affairs in the country Uganda (pearl of Africa)
In the song, Bobi Wine sends a message to President Museveni and his government about his discontent on affairs and how the government is being run and calls upon elders to advise the President to change or step aside. He claims to be fighting for freedom.
The song’s video, Bobi Wine portrays himself as a prisoner with different compilation of clips depicting scenarios in which we see Uganda police’s altercation with the activists and one thing that cannot be missed is the red ribbon which has become the symbol of TOGIKWATAKO the term coined by those against changing of the said article 102B of the constitution.
You can watch a Youtube link to the video below.
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