By Ivan Mwine
Popular Ugandan musician turned politician Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, who is the leader of the National Unity Platform (NUP) has out a new track dubbed ‘Tujune’, which has since gone viral on the airwaves.
Bobi Wine, who is a former presidential contender, released ‘Tujune’, which is a song in which he cries out to God to help Ugandans, over the weekend but the video has already attracted over 122K YouTube views and still counting.
“18hrs,122k views,10k likes,0 dislike. Even @GabrielBuule who said the song is not good didnt dislike😂😂.Begalila nebabiwulila mukisenge #Tujune,” Bobi Wine tweeted Monday afternoon.
It is not yet clear however whether or not Bobi Wine’s new song ‘Tujune’ will be allowed to air on local TV and radio stations since many media houses have over the years been restricted by the authorities that be from airing his music.
It should be noted that unlike the usual Bobi Wine’s music which often takes a militaristic character, ‘Tujune’ is rather a laid-back supplication in which he admits that when everything else fails, we only have God as the last resort.