A Pass and Bobi Wine during the Togikwatako protestsOn Wednesday, presidential candidate and Kyadondo East MP honourable Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine was thrown into a police van and rushed to Nalufenya Prison before addressing the people in Luuka where he was scheduled to hold a campaign.After his arrest, Kampala city center and several other parts of the country were up in flames as police tussled it out with angry protesters who thronged the streets demanding for the release of the presidential hopeful.During the protests, many lives have been lost while many other people have been injured by the police. Singer A Pass, real name Alexander Bagonza is one of the several entertainers that have pledged their allegiance with Bobi Wine. He often notes that the NUP leader stands for what he believes in.A Pass had no kind words for anyone who applauded Police’s use of excessive force in arresting Bobi Wine and dispersing the protesting crowds on Wednesday.He had no kind words as he attacked the regime for “killing Ugandans” and urged fellow citizens to rise up against the oppression.“Am here to congratulate the regime for killing Ugandans, thank you so much Ugandan Government, we appreciate.” A Pass sarcastically noted.Condolences to all those that have lost their loved ones today. May their souls rest in peace ??
And I would like to…Posted by A PASS on Wednesday, 18 November 2020 Yesterday, A Pass was angry with Ugandans who are pretending not to see what is happening, by posting irrelevant hashtags, “I am ashamed of these Ugandan artists who post hashtags and say nothing about the situation, am sorry but that’s wasted energy you Cowards, claiming to love your fans and Uganda you just love to make money but you don’t care at all. Where is that energy you have on stage, where is that energy you have on International issues???? When things happen in Uganda you are slow and most of you say nothing, you cowards mbu I pray for Uganda.Am so pissed, I wish I had something positive to say but I don’t. #StopPoliceBrutality #FreeBobiwine”I am ashamed of these Ugandan artists who post hashtags and say nothing about the situation, am sorry but that’s wasted…Posted by A PASS on Thursday, 19 November 2020 He however condemned the thugs that are using the situation to steal and beat people that dodnt give them money. He says the idea of attaching these thugs and goons to NUP is a smart analysis that is emotional excitement of wanting to play the blame game to make the people forget the unforgettable.“There are Ugandans who are using this situation to steal, undress people putting on yellow and also beat people who don’t give them money, that’s not right and I think we should say no to such acts.But the idea of attaching these thugs and Goons to NUP is not a smart analysis that is emotional excitement of wanting to play the blame game to make people forget the unforgettable. Unarmed People have been shot, some are dead, some have bad injuries and some have been lucky to survive. The state has to explain who gave armed forces & unknown armed men the right to shoot and kill Ugandans. Forget your political party and be a Ugandan for once,” he posted.There are Ugandans who are using this situation to steal, undress people putting on yellow and also beat people who don’…Posted by A PASS on Thursday, 19 November 2020
A recent photo of Bobi Wine and ChameleoneThe Independent Kampala Lord Mayor candidate and singer Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleone has paused his campaigns citing the arrest of fellow artiste and presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi...Read more