10 November 2012

Uganda: Kampala City Divisive Song Set for Unveiling

Kampala — Come this Friday 16th November, city dwellers will converge at the Kyadondo Rugby Grounds to witness reggae/dancehall artiste and self proclaimed ghetto president Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine launch his vernacular Tugambire ku Jennifer song.

The Tugambire ku Jennifer song meaning (help and tell Jennifer for us) is a song sung by the dancehall star to alert Kampala Capital City Authority executive director Ms. Jennifer Musisi of some of the dangers and wrong doings committed by his employees as they try to clean up the city.

It is also a song in which Bobi Wine ridicules and attacks Musisi for her ruthlessness towards the petty traders. The gates will be open at 6pm and revelers will pay Ush10,000 for the general seats.

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