Thursday, 10 March 2016
FDC through their spokesman, Ibrahim Semujju Nganda, appealed to all those who voted for FDC's Kizza Besigye in the just concluded presidential elections to join them in the struggle, however, the issue of not working for two days in a week is something many of their supporters are not buying.
On Women's day, Bobi Wine in the company of his wife Barbie Kyagulanyi went to visit Dr. Kizza Besigye at his home in Kasangati, amazingly, he was not stopped by the security manning the area thus thanking the police bosses for that kind gesture as many have actually been denied access to the Kasangati based home.
Among others, Bobi Wine's meeting was about the recent FDC press conference that will see them donning black colours on Tuesday's as they go for prayers at various FDC offices, not working on Thursday's, but most importantly the boycotting of musicians behind the NRM campaign song dubbed, Tubonga Nawe.
Many have actually put their album launches on hold except Bebe Cool and the Goodlyfe Boys. Bobi Wine is not among the Tubonga Nawe artists but felt that any problem in the industry was not good for them as a whole and that is the reason he took that step to meet the FDC flag bearer to see if they could reconsider their stand on his colleagues.
Bobi Wine also launched his Ndi Muna Uganda video on NTV the Beat and at the end of his interview, he was asked what was hurting him most, the ghetto gladiator said that the continued incarceration of Dr. Kizza Besigye for no apparent reason was his main problem. He signed off by appealing to fans to continue supporting all artists.
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