Many artists have been either openly or secretly involved in the politics of the country; some campaigning for their preferred candidates through their music, and some, like Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine, have gone an extra mile, but not without losing some supporters along the way...
Politics, Cash Divides Artistes
Monitor, 27 September 2018
Music is a powerful tool. It has been used in countries such as South Africa to bring to an end oppression. Read more »
What Does Bobi Stand For? If You Know You Know - If You Don't Know, You Better Know
It is in vogue to ask what Bobi Wine stands for. Sometimes the question arises from genuinely invincible ignorance from people who only know the musician, not the politician. At… Read more »
Bobi Wine’s 2017 song Freedom was banned by the Uganda Communications Commission for its reference to Museveni who has been in power for over three decades.
However Much NRM Will Dismiss Him, Looks Like Bobi Wine' Story Has Only Began
Monitor, 23 September 2018
This week, minister of ICT and National Guidance Frank Tumwebaze appeared on a morning television talk show where he remarked that "what alternative policy has Hon MP Robert… Read more »
Museveni Bribing Youth - Bobi Wine
RFI, 25 September 2018
Bobi Swine denounces President Museveni's SH100 million "bribe" to young Ugandans. Read more »
Former president of Uganda's main opposition party Forum for Democratic Change, Mugisha Muntu, has announced that he is quitting to form another political party. Muntu, who earlier ... Read more »
Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi has warned Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni to realise that there will be a time when he will not be in power. Kyagulanyi - also known as Bobi ... Read more »
Police have confirmed that Bobi Wine's brother Eddie Yahwe is one of the people arrested together with some journalists at the Entebbe International Airport where he had gone to ... Read more »
In the latest interview with Ugandan opposition politician Robert Kyagulanyi, better known as Bobi Wine, he confronts Uganda's ambassador to the United States about his arrest and ... Read more »
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