The People Power presidential hopeful, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has continued to impressively serve the interests of the downtrodden plight by sticking to issues which add value to the struggle for liberation. This is a point he consistently proved to the moderator last night while appearing on the Radio Sapienca airwaves where he was hosted for a political talk show at 19:00hrs to 21:00 hrs.

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Moments before the show, Bobi was heroically accompanied to the station by a mass procession of Boda Boda riders and others running after the swelling motorcade as he made his way through Nsambya hill. The People Power honcho again illustrated that the entire idea of scientific elections is a total hoax as hordes cheered him to the studio.

At the talk show, the presidential hopeful spoke about a multiplicity of issues and maintained his stand on opposing the scientific elections. Bobi spoke of being a generational leader whose voice represents the oppressed majority of Ugandan plight. When asked about his plans in case he gets the big office, Bobi said he was to restructure and restore meaning to the ailing education sector as one of his priorities. “Our education system needs an overhaul and revamp. We have to make it boom once again,” Kyagulanyi said. When the moderator brought in the debate of Zari’s recent attention seeking stunt in which she wanted to know the credentials of Bobi Wine for the presidency seat, the show took a drift. Bobi scoffed at the entire idea of giving irrelevant matters undeserving attention. “I don’t major in minors. Social media has hordes of users but in my small humble capacity, I am followed by over 1.2 million people on my page. You’ve given me very limited time so why should we tall about non-issues yet we have better things to debate about?,” Bobi replied. “There are several listeners eagerly waiting for national issues. I am requesting to use this limited time to remark on issues people want to hear about and not non-issues,” he added.

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