Child prays for Bobi Wine to win parliamentary seat
06 Jun 2017 3:00 PM
Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine was yesterday holding his second rally at Wampeewo grounds that was flooded with supporters of all ages. The highlight of the moment was when a child said a prayer for him mimicking a city pastor's voice, the entire crowd bow down to listen to the child.
Bobi Wine was equally humbled in prayer as the child who was clad in his school uniform prayed for him to win the Kyadondo East parliamentary seat. The by-election will be held later this month. It fell vacant after FDC's Apollo Katinti was thrown out. The Electoral Commission did not follow certain rules.
Bobi Wine was in the company of his wife Barbie Itungo Kyagulanyi. In Tanzania, Joseph Taule aka Professor Jay is a member of parliament for Mikumi constituency, In Kenya, Charles Njagua aka Jagua is contesting for the Starehe MP seat and of course back home, Bobi Wine is going head on for the Kyadondo East seat.
Several artists performed for Bobi Wine supporters leaving them excited. It was a two-in-one show, rally cum mini music show. This is exactly what happens when an artist ventures into politics, the fans/supporters get more than they paid for.
Bobi Wine has literally done everything. Musician, Businessman, Actor, Farmer, Boxing and now Politician. He prefers to be called a leader and not a politician. Bobi Wine told his supporters that most of the issues he needs to address have already been talked about in his music, but always ignored, so now, he has to take it up himself in a Bikwase Kyagulanyi style.
Bobi Wine is behind songs like; Mama Mbiire, Kagoma, Bikwase Kyagulanyi, Mr. Money, Carolina, Obululu, Kigwa Leero, Aidah and Specioza among others.
Inset is Bobi Wine and his wife Barbie waving to the supporters in Wampewo
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