I will not wait for Uganda to rot — Bobi Wine says as Kyadondo East MP seat race heats up

Self proclaimed Ghetto president Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine is all fired up. While appearing on NBS TV Morning Breeze this morning  in a debate with his opponent Mr. Apollo Katinti, the Mubanda Wa Kabaka he cemented his resolve to join politics, something he prefers to call leadership.

“If I came yesterday, it would be too early, if I came tomorrow, it would be too late. I have come now; we will wait for Uganda to rot,” Bobi Wine stated.

He laughed out to those faulting him for having joined the so-called “dirty games of politics”.

“That is the rhetoric that has been used to prevent people from influencing change. I come into this race as a leader not as a politician. I do not intend to trade lies to win into the constituency. I come to the race to represent the voice of Kyadondo East. For the longest time, we haven’t had a person representing people”, he added.

Bobi Wine faces Hon. Apollo Kantinti who will be standing on a Forum for Democratic Change ticket and other three contestants.