BUSABALA —Police and the military have been left speechless after Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi beat the heavy security cordon at his home in Magere and headed to Busabala where he is scheduled to hold a music concert.
Mr. Kyagulanyi better known as Bobi Wine, an MP and artiste has been seen on Boda boda with a huge following enroute to Busabala.
The apparent ease with which he has been able to leave his home is gaining mythical proportions.
Bobi Wine has emerged on a Boda Boda to Busabala midday —throughing People Power fists in the air to a chanting crowd which quickly built up around him, surprising police.
The army and the police had earlier deployed at his home in a bid to stop him from travelling to his One Love Beach in Busabala, Wakiso District,
In a statement on social media, Bobi Wine said police put barricades on the road leading to his home in Magere, on Tuesday night.
“My home in Magere is yet again under police and military siege! At about 11:00pm last night, they surrounded my home in Magere as well as One Love Beach Busabala, in another move to place me under house arrest and block our Independence Day music concert. The 156th concert so far!” He said on Wednesday morning.
“These cowardly actions must be resisted and condemned by all democratic forces. President Museveni has been attending concerts of his praise singers. The greatest level of hypocrisy is to say that when you sing praises for his dictatorship on stage, you’re not doing politics and when you oppose his regime of blood and national shame, then you’re doing politics and your concert will be blocked with impunity,” he added.
Bobi Wine also rebuked the President whom he said fears to compete.
“Recently, President Museveni went ahead to register himself as a musician in another futile attempt to counter Bobi Wine. If he wants to compete with us musically, it should be fair play. Let the population decide who they want to listen to. THIS IS OUR COUNTRY and friends, we shall certainly overcome.”