Monday, 08 February 2016
Bobi Wine is for FDC while Bebe Cool is for the ruling party. It's nine days to the presidential poll and the two artists are seen trying to out do each other as they account for their dime.
This morning, Bobi Wine started off with a call to the artists on the Tubonge Team to use the same voice to echo out the concerns of the common Ugandan. In his message, Bobi Wine had this to say;
"In Uganda, 282 children and 16 mothers DIE EVERY DAY due to avoidable birth-related causes. They died yesterday, they have or will be dead by the end of today and the same will happen tomorrow until there is a #CHANGE. It has been like that for the longest time."
That is exactly how some one from the opposing ideology would put their message across, but that was not all, he also had something for his fellow artists;
"To all my fellow artists doing campaigns, your voice is very strong in this nation and that's why you get paid by politicians to sing their praises, please use the same voices to create awareness about the plight of common Ugandans. No one is going to represent your people if you don't. You now have the leaders' audience, TELL THEM THE TRUTH!"
Bebe Cool was forced to come out in his usual way of ducking under the "let me see if Ugandans understand English" style.
"The East African news paper has declared President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni winner, let me see if Ugandans understand ENGLISH." Bebe Cool was referring to the East African news paper article which extensively looked at the 10 issues to determine the outcome of the Feb.18 presidential poll.
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