Police bans Kyagulanyi from Bobi Wine’s shows

Bobi Wine performs over the weekend

“The journey of freedom is long and rough but we shall walk it to the end!” said Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi after performing in Kamuli town over the weekend.

“You can never know how precious your Freedom is, until someone tries to take it away from you,” the singer said, referring to earlier cancelled shows by police.

Better known as Bobi Wine, the musician said his shows were blocked twice in a space of weeks.

“The police has warned that I should only allow Bobi Wine on stage but they do not want to see Hon. Kyagulanyi. They also told me that I must not make any ‘political statements’.”

He added: “Be that as it may however, the mood is hyper and the people are happy and excited, am excited too. It’s going to be massive.”

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Bobi Wine also performed in Soroti town where he witnessed a massive reception.

“We arrived late in the evening but our friends were still waiting in large numbers to receive us.”

With a full house at Soroti Hotel to dance to the songs of Freedom, the singer then decided to head to Hoima town where business and traffic came to a standstill.

The Saturday mammoth crowd comprised of hundreds of boda-boda cyclists and residents who were shouting “Togikwatako” [don’t dare touch the constitution] as Bobi Wine entered the town.

Bobi Wine’s convoy passed through the Main Street, connected to Fort Portal Road up to Kiryatete, a Hoima town suburb to Hoima Boma Grounds where he entertained crowds in the night.