How Bobi Wine swearing in ceremony went down
12 JUL 2017 5:00 AM
"Honorable Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu I congratulate you and welcome you to the 10th Parliament. "Here is a copy of the rules of procedure and Constitution. Study them and they will guide you," Ms Kadaga said.
July 11 has been widely known as the day of the Uganda World Cup final bombings that left over 70 dead, but that has since changed, Ugandans would rather treat it as the day Honorable Robert Kyagulanyi widely known as Bobi Wine took oath to become a fully fledged member of parliament for Kyadondo east constituency.Sponsored
Bobi Wine started off with a prayer at his home before hitting the road. Several motorcycles(Boda-Bodas) paved the way for him. The Dilemma singer got to parliament just in time for his swearing in ceremony, most of his supporters were blocked from accessing parliament.
He pulled out of the car and waited for Barbie who was clad in a red dress with black embroidery to join him, the two walked hand in hand. As he walked in, all the floors inside the parliamentary building were flooded with officers who had abandaoned their desks and work just to get a feel of the pop star who had come to be sworn in.
Bobi Wine was not with his children, but instead with the young pastor, Alex Kityo, who has been praying for him all along.
Bobi Wine walked into parliament in his ghetto gladiator style of walking which the Government Chief Whip Ruth Nankabirwa tried to emulate as he walked him to the speaker, this left the entire house in laughter.
Meanwhile, as all this was going on, Buchaman, who was once in Bobi Wine's Fire Base Crew as the Vice President, but fired due to indiscipline decided to overtake Bobi Wine as the Ghetto President claiming that having become a legislator, Bobi Wine might not represent their issues well, armed with the ghetto bible, Buchaman also took oath.
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