The Rubaga South MP hopeful under the NUP party has refuted allegations that he was behind the attacking music audio that downplayed his fellow artiste and leader, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine.
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For the past days, a dissing music hit audio titled ‘Kiboko Fire’ has been making rounds on social media platforms. In the audio, a voice believed to be belonging to Khalifa Aganaga is heard repeatedly appealing to Ugandans not to vote for Robert Kyagulanyi in the coming presidential elections. The voice further downplays Bobi’s efforts to liberate Uganda as it continuously disses him and heaps praises at his nemesis, Gen. Yoweri Museveni.
Although the original ‘Kiboko Fire’ hit song was made by Aganaga and intending Lord Mayor Joseph Mayanja alias Dr. Jose Chameleone, the former rejects that he had a hand in the leaked remix. A distressed Aganaga in an exclusive with one of the local Television Stations said he is arranging a press conference to explain what transpired. He further pins his opponents to be the architects of the purported audio that seeks to deny him the NUP flag and also demobilize solid support. “I am not behind that audio. I’m very sure some of my opponents are behind it. They want NUP to lose trust in me,” Aganaga says. He also adds that, “they are after malicing me and in the long run I be denied a flag. But this is politics, I know my opponents orchestrated this audio.”
“I am having a press conference this week to explain to my supporters and the public what could be the force behind that audio,” Aganaga maintains.
Mukiibi Sadat says his political journey and dream have been inspired by his fellow Bobi Wine and hence there is no way he could turn his guns on him. “Ugandans lost trust in politicians. They want musicians to do the politics. Politicians are afraid that we have the support of the people. That’s why they resort to malice as a means of watering down our efforts,” he reveals.