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I Cannot Fight To Be President Even Though I Have The Money, I Just Rare Money Like Animals And The President Respects Me – Bryan White

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Pencil thin city socialite Brian Kirumira alias Bryan White has said that despite the fact that he has money, he cannot fight for presidency.

The skinny socialite stormed Facebook today and recorded a video of himself parading bundles of cash in notes of 50,000 and 20,000. In the video, Bryan White said he cannot involve himself in the presidency fracas even though he has the money. “I cannot come out and fight for presidency because I have alot of money, but my money can be of great impact to the country,” he said.

He further urged Ugandans to work hard and avoid joining political band wagons. Bryan White also called upon Ugandans to stop blaming President Museveni for their poverty: “The problem is not with Museveni, it is with Ugandans and the people who work with him.”

“I just rare money like animals and the President respects me because I am a business man so don’t compete with me,” he swanked.

He urged Ugandans to start planning for their own lives because they will not depend on anyone. He told them to learn to appreciate people who are better than them and probably start working with them in order to have a better and peaceful life. He called upon Ugandans to work together with him to develop the country.

“No government will come knocking on your doors giving out money, the president is not the problem, the problem is with us Ugandans and the people who work with President Museveni, we have to work hard together and see ourselves through, the president will not reach everywhere, he won’t solve everyone’s problems because in my opinion he’s already working hard for the well-being of this country,” White said.

He disclosed that his team (Bryan white foundation) is going back to Arua for four months to continue empowering the youth, after, they will go to Busia for another four months and help the youths there overcome poverty.

 

By Monica Atwiine

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Music Promoters Plan To Petition Speaker Over Bobiwine – Police Harrasmentent

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Music promoters are set to petition the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga protesting the move by police to block all Bobi Wine’s concerts during the festive season

According to Kyadondo East MP also known as Bobi Wine, police banned all his planned concert without a clear explanation. Promoters under their umbrella Uganda Music Promoters and Venue Owners’ Network notified the speaker about the petition to be presented tomorrow.
Speaking to media, the association’s coordinator Tony Ssempijja said they are meeting today to finalize their arrangements.

Ssempijja further add as that police’s ban on Bobi concerts is likely to force promoters, venue owners and musicians out of the business and this comes after police blocked Bobi Wine’s concert in Jinja over the weekend.

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Police Seal Off Hotel After Blocking Bobiwine’s Performance

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Police standing outside City hotel last evening

Police in Jinja District is reported to have raided City Hotel last evening in search for Musician turned politician Hon. Ssentamu Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobiwine.

Bobiwine who slated to perform on Saturday evening, said through his Facebook page that police had ordered his team out of town and escorted them to Lugazi on gun point.”They have beaten some of them, dragged them onto police pick-up cars and driven them to unknown destinations for no offence whatsoever. Meanwhile, I am still in Jinja town. The police are looking for me everywhere. They have even blocked some roads in search for me! I will try not to avail myself to them. Arua is still fresh in our minds, and we know what they can do. But this injustice must end and we must put it to an end by ourselves. No one else will do it for us,” Mr Kyagulanyi said.

Facebook picture retrieved from Bobiwine’s page

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I Can’t Compete With Any Artiste In Uganda, I Am Now Focusing On International Competition – Bebe Cool

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Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool who has just returned in the country says that the music industry in the country has been on a standstill for the last two and half months he has been out of the country and now that he is back, music will talk as usual.

The AFRIMA award winner says that the two months he has been in America, he hasn’t heard anything to talk about in the music industry which shows clearly that he leads and understands this industry more than any other person .

“Am back, I am the king of the industry in Uganda, people had no talk and the award is here also ,I don’t see any artist that I can compete with me in Uganda. I have now put focus on the international artists especially the South Africans who tend to do better music and videos,” Bebe Cool said.

In a press conference held at Torino hotel in Kampala, Bebe Cool also revealed to the media that he has brought in very good cameras and he is now going to set up a Gagamel Studio aimed at promoting talents and good artists will have a chance of recording audio and videos for free.

“I have always gone abroad to shoot music videos and l have always paid a lot of money for these videos but now Uganda can have this money here, every good talent be it Apass can record his videos and audios for free with us so long as they have good music, I am here to promote talent, I have brought in two good cameras and one of the cameras cannot be found in East Africa, so the money will remain in the economy of the country.” Bebe Cool narrated

Bebe Cool has also revealed that he has now focused on helping the needy by paying school fees for more than two hundred children for a full year through his Amber Heart Foundation.

He says that he is using the concert dumbed ‘tondeka e Kiwatule’ scheduled this month to collect the money which will be used to pay fees for these children . He called upon Ugandans to stop politicizing concerts. Bebe was accompanied by five children who he funded for heart operation at Amber Heart Foundation in India.

 

By Mboowa Nathan

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