Sunday, September 09 2012
Bobi Wine's latest single titled 'Jennifer' has made him a subject of discussion at both KCCA and the communications regulatory body, UCC.
The Omubanda Wa Kabaka also the Ghetto president recently released a song titled 'Jennifer' which was widely believed to be a verbal attack on Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi.
Bobi Wine was quick at clearing this by saying that he was only acting on behalf of the voiceless ghetto people. On the other hand, the Executive Director was approached on the matter though at the time, she had not listened to the song and promised to do so.
Executive Director Jennifer Musisi Responds
"I have not yet heard the song yet but I will surely try to find it. If he thinks he's trying to get at me, am sorry. He's a small fish with no bones and trust me, we shall see who has the last laugh,"
UCC Issues Airwaves Order
The communication's body last week issued a 'Warning Against Misuse of Airwaves'. In a statement, the body said: "..there was a noticeable increase in negative trends ranging from outright hostility and abuse to lack of balanced discussions on airwaves, especially during political discussions,"
It added: "Some artistes and musicians have resorted to attack personalities through their songs and other works. Much as they have a right to express themselves... public airwaves should not be used to attack individuals, which may amount to defamation."
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