Since Bobi Wine was arrested, violent demonstrations have spread in and out of the city demanding the release of the singer turned politician Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine who was arrested for going against SOPs set by the electoral commission.
Artist Fik Fameica also joined the campaign by asking fans to vote for the Government of power. He is also advocated them to demonstrate peacefully. “WE ARE VOTING THEM OUT. Those who think they can use power to subvert the rule of law the same system that is covering u today its the same that will hunt you tomorrow.
You focus on torturing the man who say good gospel about corrupt system and forget that people who are running this country became president at his age. It’s Time to retain our freedom.
I won’t type many things why this government should go because really in 35 years even free posho and beans at school in the system you introduced then what of those who can’t access the system you introduced I hear Bona Basome
We have alot to say, alot because damages caused by this government are extremely depressing. Mwatulumya daa enough is enough.
As you can’t stop black hair from turning to Grey the same way you can’t stop us asking you #FreeBobiWine
Education system 0.00
Standards of living 0.00
The whole system is rotten and i think it’s time to vote out everyone who is useless to us. We are voting you all out.
To lodge all power in one party and keep it there is to insure bad government and the sure and gradual deterioration of the public morals.
We have billion reasons why this government should go but just know this if you don’t give us BOBI WINE never think you can stop us because that will be the reason why this government should go you don’t want him to say anything and you call it democracy?
Fact is we can’t be spectators in our own country no, we are voting you all out 2021
Saying nothing doesn’t mean we see anything, we are voting you out 2021.
I call upon all youths to stay out of violence because violence cannot stop violence, we be an example to them. Our constitution says we have a right for peaceful protest, it’s like you people want us to come to Nalufenya fine tugenda munona mugenda mutuwa mu dembe because we are not violent like you.” Fik Fameica said.