Singer Robert Kyagulanyi has resolved to give himself a new look so as to inspire the young generation that now looks up to him as the leader of the future.
“It is an honour to know that the Young Generation looks up to me as their icon of freedom of expression. Thank you Young people. I believe in you too and Uganda looks up to you,” he said while posting pictures of himself with a new haircut.
The now gentle-looking musician says kids who grown up listening to his music and now see him getting into leadership/politics, may decide to change their lives for the better.
“Imagine, the youth are the majority of this country and they could take control of Uganda. Imagine a new generation of leaders/politicians that have learned their lessons from those who went before them and can govern Uganda better. That is what we are fighting for now: a better future for our democracy. And it is very possible,” he said recently.
Bobi says he intends to run a positive and respectful campaign against opposition Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] candidate, Hon Apollo Kantinti, for the Kyadondo East MP seat.
The new hair cut has something to do with this.
Even his fellow musician and BET Award winner, Eddy Kenzo, is supportive of Bobi’s endeavours.
“Uganda does not need politicians but leaders who think and deliberate for their people not those ones who only think for their parties as if those parties are their sole reason for being in parliament,” Kenzo said in a social media message.
He added: “Bobi Wine is the Future. Kyadondo lets do this guys!”
Barbie too is looking anew
Meanwhile, Ghetto First Lady, Barbie Kyagulanyi, too looks really fresh and new.
“Try new things and grow. Step out of your comfort zone! There’s always new peaks to reach. Staying stagnant is not cool. Get moving! Life dynamics won’t wait for nobody!” she said while sharing a fresh photo of herself looking younger.
“I am a pro at juggling breastfeeding and any other work away from home. The distance between me and Suubi has not hindered her from feeding on her delicacy at any one point in her life.”