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Bebe Cool Says Bobi Wine Should Wait Another 10 Years If He Wants To Become Ugandan President

Bebe Cool Criticizes Religious Leaders For Keeping Silent About Bobi Wine

Singer Bebe Cool will not rest until fellow musician turned politician, Bobi Wine is out of the picture to rule Uganda. The Kasepiki singer has now criticized religious and cultural leaders for keeping silent about the NUP principal’s LGBTQ stance.

According to the singer, Bobi Wine doesn’t have the capacity to rule Uganda or transform it from what it is today. The singer said that Bobi Wine still acts like he’s in the Kamwokya ghettos.

Besides, he isn’t the former Kyadondo East MP ruling Uganda. This is because he has failed to embrace African Patriotism. At a time when African leaders are trying to emancipate themselves from the white man’s influence, Kygulanyi instead runs to them.

According to the Trouble singer, not even Besigye whom Kyagulanyi tried to replace always ran to the whites. It was instead the whites who came to him. This is, therefore, not a good sign for the Nalumansi singer.

The Gagamel boss added that what makes matters worse is Bobi Wine embracing the LGBTQ package.

According to the singer, this is an abomination to both the traditional and religious beliefs of the East African country. Sadly, he’s yet to see any religious leaders or those from cultural institutions condemning him.

“To be honest, I still see Kyagulanyi as the ghetto character I know him to be. He has not built himself to the level of being able to handle Ugandan problems at the moment. What makes matters worse for him is that no African country can tolerate him in leadership. At a time Africa is trying to rid itself of the West’s influence, he embraces them. On top of that, he has embraced the LGBTQ package. I’m yet to see any religious or traditional leaders condemn him despite this contradicting our values.”

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