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Another pastor stings Bobi Wine over Tuliyambala Engule song

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Another pastor stings Bobi Wine over Tuliyambala Engule song

 

pastor Joseph Sserwadda

pastor Joseph Sserwadda

Tuluyambala Engule,  a new song that was recently released by the Kyadondo East member of  Parliament, Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine, is still causing controversies and mixed reactions between pastors and members of the public at large. This is leaving the singing legislator in a difficult situation as another pastor echoes his voice about the same song.

Pastor Joseph Sserwadda of Victory Christian Kibuye warned Bobi Wine about Tuliyambala Engule that he will lose a lot of support from the public if he refuses to denounce the song

“All what Bobi Wine is talking about are gullible and fake because he is talking a political campaign where when he becomes president or leader then he says he will construct health centers, bring medicine among others, that’s not true and it’s not new Jerusalem,” Sserwadda said.

“Go and tell that legislator using the song to restrain from using God’s property in his political campaign,” Sserwadda added.

This is the second time a pastor is coming out to criticize Bobi Wine over using a religious song for his political campaign.

On the 2nd January 2019, Pastor Martin Ssempa rebuked the singing legislator for changing both the meaning and message of the born again song for his own political ambitions.

He later advised the singer to compose another song which can suit his political interests.

Bobi Wine unveiled the Tuluyambala Engule song on December 31, 2018

The song features other artistes including Nubian Li, Irene Ntale , Pastor Wilson Bugembe, Dr Hilderman, King Saha, Ronald Mayinja among others. It talks about a better nation that is yet to be achieved.

 

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