Monday, February 13 2017
Bobi Wine has apologised to all those who called his line to pass on a wide range of presents, it was off as he and his better half were in north-western Uganda, to be exact, Murchison Falls National Park.
Clad in a white T-shirt with these words; "Extra ordinary people are born in February", Bobi in the company of his wife, Barbie, went for the game drive in their black Tundra pick-up that got them to the wild spots bringing them close to the Elephants; Giraffe's, Kobs and Bufaloes among others...
The sound of the ride was scaring most of the animals so they were forced to move at a slow pace not to scare them, though, buffaloes and elephants were not intimidated by the Tundra sound.
The highlight of the visit was the surprise birthday treat dinner in the wild and Bobi Wine joining the group of entertainers at the waiting spot for the ferry, it was a moment of joy as the blind man was told that Bobi Wine was dancing to his music..."
Bobi Wine's detailed message;
"I want to thank all my friends and family for the wonderful birthday messages. I never used to celebrate my birthdays or even celebrate my life but you guys are continously spoiling me with love."
"Two things; 1. Apologies to all my friends for my absence on my day. Many were calling me to bring me cake and gifts but to no avail. My wife 'man-napped' (kidnapped) me and took me to a road trip to the wild for Safari, visiting Muchion Falls the most powerful water falls in the world, very many species of animals at the national park. Can't forget to Paraa Safari Lodge and the community of Paraa for the fun and Hospitality."
"My birthday evening was made even more special when Chobe lodge surprised me with a dinner in the wild and a birthday chocolate cake. I can't thank them enough for hosting us and taking very good care of us.
"Nevertheless, there was a mega party at One Love Beach and It was really fun. (I love it when things go on, even in my absence). Proud of you guys."
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