Yesterday, unknown thugs raided studios of local singer Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine running away with videos of a song that he was set to release after elections.
The self-appointed Ghetto president said the song was meant to inspire unity among Ugandans despite different political affiliations.
“This Video is called #Ndi MunaUganda, we shot it recently and it was supposed to be released just after elections to inspire unity among Ugandans despite different political affiliations. However I now write to inform all of you fans and friends that this video is not going to be released any soon,” he said yesterday when he posted photos of the video on social media.
Adding; “Today morning, unknown people broke into the studio where this project was being edited and took everything regarding this video. All we’re left with are the still pictures taken on set. I can’t imagine redoing it, it was very expensive and very hectic.”
Recently, he released Dembe, a luganda dialect song which calls for peaceful elections and peaceful transfer of power.
Uganda goes to polls on Thursday next week to elect new president and members of parliament.