Jose Chameleon’s brother Pallaso calls for Bobi Wine’s release

Jose Chameleon's brother Pallaso Mayanja who has called for release of Musician cum legislator Bobi Wine PHOTO COURTESY

Ugandan musician Pallaso who is the younger brother to Ugandan musician Jose Chameleon has mastered the courage and released a song dubbed release Bobi Wine advocating the release of fellow musician cum politician Bobi Wine.

In his song, Pallaso says that the release of Bobi Wine should be a sign of peace.

“Free Bobi wine. Free him as a sign of peace. Free him as a sign of freedom. Free him as a sign of love,” sings Pallaso

A special mass is to be held on Wednesday in Kampala in honor of Bobi Wine. This has been confirmed after clearance from the Archbishop of Kampala, Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga.

The special mass will be led by Fr. Deogratious Kateregga the Catholic priest who led singer Mowzey Radio’s requiem mass as Ugandan citizens and fans of the Kyandondo member of parliament stand in solidarity with him taking to streets to demonstrate demanding his release.

The Ugandan Musician Association too have stood with Bobi Wine advocating for his release. In their press release the association terms Bobi Wine’s state of health as gravely ill terming medical attention as a right, he should be accorded.

“The current medical report as perceived by his wife Barbara Kyangulanyi revealed the following; one of his kidneys is damaged, hip and head pain and s generally in bad health and physical shape. We are concerned that he has not been allowed a personal doctor and that access by his family is very limited. We deeply feel that this is basic rights that’s should be afforded to him,” noted Julius Kyazze the chairperson Ugandan Musician Association