Singer Jose Chameleone and Bobi Wine have had a parallel affiliation when it came to politics. However, music has always bonded them. As Bobi is set to appear before the Gulu Court Martial today, Chameleone has penned down an emotional letter to President Museveni requesting for the release of his musical comrade
Chameleone cries down for the president to use his fatherly figure and character to forgive the Kyadondo legislator as he claims that he (Bobi Wine) was just expressing his ideology.
Here is the letter the Leone Island Boss posted on his Facebook page.
“Dear President,Seeking appointment or going through protocol will not deliver my urgent letter to you.
Right now I hope we all rather can let it be a temporary political mishap per what happened in the district of Arua on Monday. Unfortunately, it left you car Vandalized,Many of us inconvenienced – A soul lost, And another Ugandan,brother, Friend, Fellow singer Honourable as appointed by Kyadondo east-Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine and many counterparts in an unfortunate situation. Honorable Kyagulanyi has always collaborated with me and all of us society to free Uganda from
Foreign sounds,Sell our culture beyond borders through our capital ability – Music.
Bobi Wine has over time exhibited his leadership admiration. Just Like any young ambitious man, he has treaded a path of aggressiveness.
Your Excellency,Our brother, Your son Bobi Wine could have gone wrong on execution of some of his ideologies. That’s a challenge.
As head of state and forefather, It’s a great one too to lead us in example of forgiveness and reconciliation as that is one of the prime problems that have hindered our society.We are so unforgiving.
I as a son of this nation on behalf of the slogan. “For God and my Country” With all honor beg you the President to symbolize forgiveness in such a time. We can all wrong but better the forgiver.Mr President, You are a Father, Parent and always forgiving one.We shall all remain calm and be hopeful that the coming developments will see us all live harmoniously and have a peaceful country henceforth.”