Trending politician and famous legendary musician HE the Ghetto president, Bobi Wine positioned what the government said in the amended regulations to be followed as foolery.
While terming the Government as being scared and insecure with arts, Bobi Wine believes that the entertainment industry has become a threat to them and they want to dispense it.
Therefore while addressing the public, Bobi exposed and strengthened artistes to stand as one in order to fight for their right.
“music is under fresh attack. The cowardly regime is bringing up new laws and regulations to gag artistes in the hope that they can kill and stop the music.
They are so scared of arts. They don’t know what else to do, except try to silence the hundreds of singers, producers, poets, comedians, cartoonists and other entertainers who are raising voices against the oppression, suppression and exploitation of the Ugandan, by a small clique of individuals who rule over us.
Seeing the freedom artistes have in Jamaica makes me long for that day when our country will be free from the shackles of oppression. On that day, music will be free. Ugandan artistes will be free to imagine, dream and create. On that day, when the struggle is over, Ugandan artistes will wear the victors’ crown in new Uganda.
Instead of being fought by the government, they will be supported to create and perform. And for this reason, we do not give up.”
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