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Officials in Buganda are apparently the targets of Bobi Wine’s attacks because they oppose the monarchy.

Apparently confirming that his new song Nalumansi is directed at certain Buganda Kingdom officials is NUP leader Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, also known as Bobi Wine. And it appears that he has primarily confirmed that Charles Peter Mayiga, the Katikiro, is who it is.

The performer quoted a few lines from the popular song on his Facebook page. The world will never forget Joyce Nabbosa Ssebugwawo, one of his supporters commented in the thread. Furthermore, the Katikiro Charles Peter Mayiga will always be remembered.

Ssebugwawo is a high-ranking official in the Buganda Kingdom, it should be noted. She is the aunt of the Nnaabagereka, Sylvia Nagginda, and a former minister in the Kingdom.
She was a scathing government official, so when she agreed to serve as a minister in Museveni’s administration, many people were shocked.

Many members of the Kyagulanyi group appear to believe that Mayiga does not support NUP. They believe that in order to demonstrate his support for the former Kyadondo East MP, he had to do so publicly as a Muganda.
His reputation has always been tarnished by smear campaigns. Some even accuse him of contributing to the Kabaka’s deteriorating health.

Bobi Wine did not reject this mocking statement when it was made by a social media user. Instead of calming the situation, he stoked it by asserting that the Kingdom took action as soon as they realized the Kabaka wasn’t present.

The same thing is happening right now, and they’ve made the decision to handle business without Kabaka Mutebi.
“Kuli baalaba taliwo…”. Na kati baalabye taliwo omwana wa Muteesa. “, declared Kyagulanyi.
Many people have come forward to claim that the Nalumansi song is an outright criticism of the leaders of the Buganda Kingdom. The Kabaka was transported to a foreign country for advanced medical care in the interim.

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