Tuesday, April 11 2017
Bobi Wine acquired the affected land illegally
"When am happy, I always find myself in the studio, same thing happens when am sad. Trying to motivate myself." Bobi Wine has rushed to the studio to record his latest song that will feature events around him currently.
The Situka singer is still getting to terms with the demolitions that took place at his One Love Beach in Busabala last Friday.
Last night, Bobi Wine was on one Television but you could not miss to see how broken he was over the matter. Kampala Central MP Muhamed Nsereko advised him to keep calm as followers do not take on a King.
Meanwhile, the Kingdom came out to clarify on which land was in contention. One Love Beach seats on 6.25 acres(It's intact), but there's also an additional 0.5 acres that Bobi was occupying illegally as the two parties had not finalized on the acquisition process.
The source in Buganda Land Board adds that he had not only encroached on 0.5 acres, but had added approximately another 1.5 acres making it close to 2 acres.
"From 2011 to March 2017, Bobi Wine was informed in writing regarding this land and requests to meet him and solve the issue amicably fell on deaf ears.
It is, therefore, surprising that Bobi Wine is now using the media to put the good name of the Kingdom in disrepute when it is him who occupied the land illegally and forcefully.
Some members of Bobi Wine’s family have made phone calls threatening Kingdom employees regarding this issue. We advise Bobi Wine to restrain his family members from making such threats," Noah Kiyimba, the Kingdom spokesperson noted in a statement.
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