Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine says he is headed to the neighbouring Tanzania.
“Tanzania, here we come,” he shared on scoail media Monday evening.
It is not yet clear whether the singing MP is on a political or music tour.
Earlier, Bobi Wine criticised Uganda’s Ambassador to Burundi, Maj Gen Matayo Kyaligonza, and his bodyguards for roughing up a police officer.
Kyaligonza who doubles as the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) vice-chairperson for western region, is known for a career of impunity.
“Remember when I said, “Afande, we are not fighting you. We are fighting for you.” This is what I meant,” Bobi Wine said in a social media message.
He added: “We are fighting for you. We are fighting for your dignity. For your wellbeing. We are fighting so that you can be respected in your country- in your uniform.”
Police opened a case of threatening violence and assault against Maj Gen Kyaligonza who is also a member of army High Command after his guards beat up Sgt Esther Namaganda in Seeta, Mukono district on Sunday.
Namaganda had stopped them from making a U-turn in the middle of a road.
The two military police officers L/CPL Peter Bushindiki and Pte John Robert Okurut, were arrested and are now held at Military Police headquarters.
“We are fighting so that your work can be appreciated and not demeaned,” Bobi Wine told the police officer.
“We are fighting so that you are not harassed by your superiors for doing your job. We are fighting to put an end to this kind of impunity!”