KAMPALA – National Resistance Movement strong loyalist Moses Sali alias Bebe Cool’s son Allan Hendrick better known by his stage name as Papper Daddy has endorsed Jose Chameleone’s mayoral bid.
Hendrick who was among the people who escorted the 2021 Kampala Lord Mayoral contender as he was launching his manifesto in Kawempe called upon the people to vote for Mayanja.
“My name is Allan Hendrick, I am here to request you to vote for my Daddy Chameleone. I am sure he is the right person that will provide solutions for our city,” he said.
Hendrick’s appearance in the Joseph Mayanja campaign camp excited the revelers who were surprised by the fact that he was endorsing someone who was not in the same party his father subscribes to.
Chameleone who is vying for the Kampala Lord Mayor seat yesterday in the company of his mother, his brother Pius Mayanja, Allan Hendrick among others launched his Manifesto in Kawempe where he grew up from.
He told the people that he is the only person that will bring solutions to the city that has for long lacked them.
“My Late brother Paul Kafeero sang a song dubbed ‘Kampala Mu Kooti’ but people have since failed to pick his message. Kampala is a city that has been for long neglected due to its poor leaders,” he shared.
Chameleone also told his supporters that as they blame Museveni and thirst for change they should also blame other leaders who are not doing anything for them.
The self-proclaimed Mr. Solutions thanked the National unity Platform President Bobi Wine for inspiring him to join politics. He also asked the supporters to vote for Bobi Wine and refuted talks that he had plans of going back to the ruling party.
Chameleone also performed his hit songs like ‘Baliwa’ for his supporters who turned up in big numbers.
At the same event, singer Pius Mayanja alias Pallaso called upon Kampala Lord Mayor to try other elective positions and leave the mayoral race for his (Pallaso’s) brother.
“You have served diligently but I grew up seeing you as the lord Mayor, Why don’t you also give chance to people like us to also add our expertise for the betterment of this City,” he said.