He distanced himself from the ‘Tubonga Naawe’ project and also denied belonging to any political party in Uganda but that was shortly after he was pictured posing with FDC leader Kizza Besigye. That was before he released his ‘Dembe’ and the latest ‘Situka’ songs that are highly regarded as songs with strong political lyrics.
The latest on our desk is that Bobi Wine has confronted Andrew Mwenda for involving himself with matters to do with Besigye. “I really found you hypocritical Andrew, we can only resolve Uganda’s problem by seeking truth and justice. We cannot start using injustice as a way of drawing people to the talking table. This is not about M7 or Besigye, it’s about Ugandans.”
This was after Andrew Mwenda disregarded Besigye’s facebook post where he said he feels like becoming a terrorist for the way he’s being treated. The two had a discussion at Besigye’s home in Kasangati earlier today. “Today I visited Dr. Besigye at his home in Kasangati.
I did this after reading his Facebook post where he said he felt like becoming a real terrorist. Seeing his dilemma, I understand this sentiment even though I do not agree with it. We held very fruitful discussions on the present and future of Uganda. Even though we disagree on how to promote democratic reform, I have no doubt that he is genuinely convinced that he is working for the good of our country.” Mwenda posted.
Andrew Mwenda is the Independent magazine CEO and a former government critique who later turned a regime apologist.