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    Bobi Wine Escapes From Police In a Mafia Style

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    The Kyadondo legislator, Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has escaped going behind the coolers in a style that many have labelled as Mafia!

    Bobi who had a concert to be held at his One love beach Busabala escaped from home and was sighted on the streets of Kampala! He was sighted at the Kisekka market and the Uganda Police swiftly surrounded him since he had beaten their security that had sorrounded his home in Magere earlier.

    The singer-cum-politician’s concert seemed to be terminated by the police as it today.

    At mini price, Kampala, he was again in a battle with the Uganda Police and as a Ghetto-grown lad, he absconded from police in a mafia way as he boarded a boda boda to rush to One Love Beach where his Osobola Concert will be held tonight.

    Even so, we are really not sure if the concert will stand or fail but let’s wait, we will keep you updated.

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