He urged Ugandans to find solutions to the current problems they’re facing. So, Bobi Wine wrote on social media to celebrate the day.
“It was the 9th of October 1962 when a Nation was born. Beautiful and endowed, with a promise of DEMOCRACY. With UNITY in DIVERSITY, all on a mission to build a Nation that would make life better for the future GENERATIONS.
Well, indeed WE ARE THAT GENERATION- the grandchildren of the independence generation and oh yes the grandparents of the future generations.
We must, within ourselves, find solutions since our leaders don’t seem to care for the #NextGeneration, but instead care for the next general election.” Bobi wine posted on hes Facebook.
The Ghetto gladiator has of recent been at odds with police and ruling party for he’s opposition of their policies.
Now he’s slated for a massive concert come the 20th of October at Namboole titled Kyalenga concert.
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