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President Museveni News politics 

Bobi Wine Considers Challenging President Museveni Next Elections

Ugandan legislator for Kyandondo East, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, known by his stage name Bobi Wine may be challenging President Museveni in the next presidential elections in the country. The dancehall artiste, politician and founder of the People Power Movement in a video interview with CCN mentioned that his team and him considering standing against President Museveni in the coming elections. Read Also: Bobi Wine Named in Foreign Policy’s 2019 Global Thinkers “Well this question has come up so many times,… Read More
Tuliyambala Entertainment News politics 

Bobi Wine’s “Tuliyambala Engule” Banned, Police Says Residents Drink a Lot When it is Played

Ugandan Police Bans Bobi Wine’s “Tuliyambala Engule” From Playing in Public Places Bobi Wine’s latest music video Tuliyambala Engule featuring many other popular Ugandan musicians suffers another clumsy one, this time from the government after Pastor Bugembe said he regrets being part of the song. This time around, news reports say police in the Kyotera district have ordered for the song not to be played in bars and public places within the district. According to PML Daily, bars in the… Read More
Pastor Bugembe Entertainment Music News politics 

Pastor Bugembe Regrets Being Part of Bobi Wine’s Tuliyambala Engule Song

The Pastor and singer who featured in Bobi Wine’s controversial song whose official music video was released on December 31, 2018 says he wouldn’t have participated in a Bobi Wine song if he knew it would be political. Pastor Bugembe was bashed by other pastors for taking part in a political song that distorted a Christian hymn for political gains according to them. This came after Bobi Wine was accused of ‘political opportunism’ by Church leaders in Uganda. They said… Read More
Tuliyambala Engule Entertainment Music News 

Bobi Wine Drops Tuliyambala Engule Music Video

The Ugandan popular musician and politician, Bobi Wine has released a new music video, “Tuliyambala Engule”. The new video features the faces of many Uganda politicians as they sing and dance to the message. In the South Africa-like freedom songs during the days of Apartheid, the video portrays Ugandans enjoying change as they sing the chorus of the song, “When the struggle is over, we shall wear the victor’s crown. We shall walk with swag in the new Uganda.” Robert… Read More