By Our Reporter
In the song, Bobi Wine states all the brutality happening in Uganda by the government on the people.
The song has not only moved National Unity Platform followers but also freedom fighters from other opposition Political parties like FDC.
Ogenda compelled poet and human rights advocate, Stella Nyanzi of FDC to reveal how Bobi Wine’s songs have always found their way to her heart.
The lyrics of Bobi Wine’s music have always moved me – be it positively or negatively. As a writer myself, I have total reverence for his mastery as a wordsmith.
In this song “Ogenda” posted today on his timeline, my yearning for liberation from dictator Museveni is verified and amplified. I love how Bobi directly addresses Musajjamukulu without mincing words, and how he insists that “Ogenda” to the face of the tyrant. Stella Nyanzi poured her emotions on Facebook
“The footage in the video of the song is powerful in how it unapologetically exposes the innumerable forms of torture, human rights violations, and lawlessness normalized by dictator Museveni.
I have maximum respect for Bobi Wine’s creativity, art and song writing. If nothing else, I appreciate and admire how he uses his talent to speak bitter truths to power. This brilliance can never be denied!” She praised.
Ogenda is a political song that Bobi Wine says is directed to the president of Uganda.