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I’d Rather Die Young Than Grow Old in A messed Up Country-Bobi Wine

Kyadondo East legislator Bobi Wine real name Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi on October 10 raised concern that he would rather die young than watch himself growing old in a country which is messed up with corruption, brutality and other crimes against mankind.

Bobi Wine made this concern when appearing on Citizen TV in Kenya on Wednesday evening where he was interviewed on the state of Uganda’s politics.

The legislator expressed the fear his family members have for his life saying that he fears that anything can happen to him any time. “I am a human being, by the end of the day, after all that happened to me during the Arua by-elections, I have fear and my family everyday fears for the worst” expressed Bobi Wine.

On whether he has any intentions of contesting for the country’s top position, the singer turned politician did not confirm or deny but rather kept tossing the moderator’s question with no straight answer, saying that anyone can be president as long as President Museveni’s regime is dissolved.

“My fellow Ugandans watching me now, I am not fronting a struggle to be president, I am only fighting the a regime that does not want to leave power, I believe that after that am not looking at me now, anyone can be President. All I care about is having a transparent government that cares about its citizens”

Bobi Wine went on describing President Museveni as the worst dictator he has ever seen after being asked whether he could compare Lt. Field Martial Idi Amin’s leadership with the current one.

“I did not see Idi Amin, I hear people saying that he was a dictator but Museveni is the worst dictator Africa has ever had,” said Bobi Wine.

Away from politics, the self-styled Ghetto president assured his fans in the entire region that he is going to hold his ‘Kyarenga Concert’ at Namboole stadium because he was allowed by the Stadium’s management to hold his show there after booking and paying all the fares needed to hire the venue.

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