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Bobi Wine Joined With Musicians To Protest Against OTT Taxes

Videos!! Angry Bobi Wine Joined With Musicians To Protest Against OTT Taxes

With a theme, ‘this tax must go’ between Social media and Mobile money tax increment, it has become a problem among Ugandans who don’t support it, and led by Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine. This peaceful demonstration protest started today morning at 9:00 am, Wednesday 11th July 2018.

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However, with the purpose of promoting justice to all Ugandans, Bobi Wine and other musicians like A Pass, Ykee Benda, comedian Salvador, organised a meeting and agreed on the date for this protest that was pinned with a theme, ‘THIS TAX MUST GO’, and scheduled to take place today starting from the constitutional square up-to Parliament peacefully.

This tax called the OTT, was initiated by the government on Sunday, 1st July 2018, and therefore, all people including musicians who didn’t support this social media and mobile money tax, have today staged a peaceful demonstration so that the government changes its mind about these increased taxes.

Bobi Wine started off protest against OTT.

“No amount of intimidation can pull us back, and down the city we go”. Bobi Wine confirmed while appearing on twitter.

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Mean while, if you thought it was a joking matter, artistes like Bobi Wine, A Pass, Ykee Benda and Hilderman have already started a serious protest on Kampala streets against these new taxes.

While well dressed in their shirts, they caused a lot of crowds to follow them while protesting about these taxes, which are burdening almost each and every Ugandan who uses these offers. They started off at the constitutional square, well-known as city square on-wards.

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