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UCC Clarifies on Banning ‘Tuliyambala Engule’ Song

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There has been a rumor on the street that the song ‘Tuliyambala Engule’, that is taking Uganda media waves by Storm has been banned by the Uganda Communications Comission, UCC.

The song that features the fast raising politician, MP Kyagulanyi Robert a.k.a Bobi Wine alongside other musicians including Irene Ntale, Nubian Lee, Dr. Hilderman, Pastor Wilson Bugembe, among others has been a talk of town since it’s release on 31st December last year.

As many have warmly welcomed it with many translating it’s message to be political and this is where the rumor of the ban stemmed from.

However, according to UCC’s publicist Pamela Ankunda, the allegations by a concerned Twitter user lack any truth.

In the song, Bobi Wine highlights the problems facing Uganda as a country while preaching hope. The song was warmly welcomed and has received a great following with more than 250K views on you-tube only in only 3 days.

 

 

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