KINGSTON – Mr Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine has arrived in Jamaica where he is to perform at different music concerts.
Bobi Wine, who is a Member of Parliament for Kyaddondo East, is slated to perform at the Rebel Salute Festival on the 18 and 19 January 2019, at Grizzly’s Plantation Cove located in St Ann Parish Jamaica.
Bobi Wine was invited to perform at the two-day Reggae, Ragga and Dancehall Festival.
The event, considered as one of the biggest music festivals in Jamaica, is organised by Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall singer, Tony Rebel and its focus is on Reggae roots and conscious music.
The Rebel Salute confirmed to the world and Bobi Wine fans about his performance in a video clip.
On his way to Jamaica, Bobi Wine spared time to condole with victims of the Kenya terror attack.
“While enroute to Jamaica, I learnt of the attack on 14 Riversidge Drive, in Nairobi – Kenya. Such an attack on innocent civilians must be condemned by all people of good will and a clear conscience. I stand deeply in solidarity with the victims of this attack, the leadership of the Republic of Kenya, as well as all people of Kenya who cherish peace and harmonious living,” he wrote.
“I read with pride, how the women and men in uniform over there responded swiftly with courage and bravery, thus minimizing the number of casualties in the attack. I commend you for exemplifying the courage with which we must always confront wickedness and injustice! Be assured of our comradeship, brothers and sisters. Tuko pamoja,” he added.