Recently, the Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, Robert Kyagulanyi, who is also known as Bobi Wine, released Tuliyambala Engule, a song that has caused a fair amount of controversy.
Some Pentecostal church leaders are up in arms, accusing Bobi Wine of desecrating a Christian song by appropriating it for secular and political ends.
The question is, Did Bobi Wine do anything wrong? Did he break any laws?
We spoke to officials from the Uganda Performing Rights Society, lawyers and arts professors.
Watch their submissions here: Who owns Bobi Wine's Tuliyambala Engule song?
Read the original article on Monitor.
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