After his show last Sunday at Busaabala, Bobi Wine was banned from holding any other event by the Uganda police in what they call being partisan.
According to Kampala Metropolitan Police commander Frank Mwesigwa, music is not supposed to be partisan and Bobi Wine used music to push his political ambitions during his concert last Sunday.
With these accusations, Bobi Wine was left with no option but to run to the courts of law and yesterday, he dragged Frank Mwesigwa and the government to the High Court for denying him permission to stage music shows in Kampala.
“They don’t have any law that prohibits me to stop expressing myself because other artistes who participated in Tubonga Nawe freely expressed their feelings through songs and no one stopped them,” Bobi said.
The case will be heard next week on Monday and his lawyer Ladislaus Rwakafuzi said that his client’s rights to liberty have been violated.
It’s on this note that they want to be compensated with Shs 300m which is for the damages he has encountered after missing the shows.