Uganda: Bobi Wine Is Singing About Injustices in Uganda - Pastor Male

Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine (file photo).

Singer — turned-politician Bobi Wine has recently come under fire by some Pentecostal pastors over his new song Tuliyambala Engule which has in a way become the anthem of the People Power movement.

Most recently, Pastor Joseph Serwadda of Victory Christian Church, warned Bobi Wine against using God's property in blasphemous situations.

The song that features other local musicians like Pastor Wilson Bugembe, King Saha, Irene Ntale, Nubian Lee, Ronald Mayinja, Dr Hilderman is derived from a Christian hymn.

However Pastor Solomon Male has defended the singer saying that there is no evil in singing about the challenges people face.

READ FULL STORY HERE:Pastor Male defends Bobi Wine's Engule song

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