Bobi Wine Urges Artistes to Speak Against the Regime in Secret Meeting




National Unity Platform principal, Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has called for increased unity while interacting with several celebrities and entertainers in a closed door meeting at his house in Magere.

The meeting, which occurred on Saturday 28th August 2021 was attended by several artistes such as Nina Roz, Karole Kasita, Irene Namatovu, Kabako, Feffe Busi, Dr. Hilderman, Tuff B, A Pass, Kazibwe Kapo, Mamuli Katumba, Aziz Azion, Yung Mulo, Mary Bata, A Pass, Mathias Walukagga, Fik Fameica, Topic Kasente, Zex Bilangilangi, Dr. Bitone among others.

Also in attendance were several comedians, promoters and stake holders in the entertainment industry.

The former presidential candidate urged the artistes to represent the voices of the people and speak the truth. This, he said will not kill them since he, Bobi wine is still very much alive despite speaking against the regime.

“Artistes need to remember that even before COVID-19 broke put, I was restricted from performing on stage because you speak the truth but I have not died. So they need to stand on the truth and represent the voice of their people.” he said, shortly after the meeting.

Since labelling the Gulu retreat where artistes had gone to meet Gen. Salim Saleh an act of begging, several singers attacked him, branding him selfish.

However, the singer  cum politician explianed that not speaking the truth and accepting bribes is selfish and since he’s speaks the truth, he can’t see why artistes are so bitter.

“A person who is bribed not to speak the truth that’s going to affect millions of people is selfish  I am just a signal that shows the power of art, and maybe I awakened those who fought to know that if they don’t destroy the art Industry, it may bring another Bobi Wine.” he added.

Khina Murah
Khina Murah
I am a Ugandan well trained and experienced Entertainment journalist and businesswoman. I do both research and anchoring.
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