Now this is what you call impact. When your sphere of influence spreads far and wide to the extent that depictions of you are made in pop-culture, you know that you having an effect. So if the caricatures depicting KCCA executive director as a hard-knuckled wrestling champion have not been enough to prove to you how much influence she has wielded, this song should
Of course, it is a politically charged song. And in a year, which has not seen Bobi Wine deliver a lot of charting music like he usually does, this song, this piece of music that taps right at the heart of many a political sentiment, will reinforce his spot high on top of the priority list of his ghetto populace.
Bobi Wine is like a politician himself. He knows his core constituency and what exactly appeals and affects them. He knows that his citizens in the great Ghetto country are harassed day after painful day by the mean punch-throwing boys (even girls) from KCCA. He knows they spend sleepless nights after their merchandise has been confiscated by the law enforcers. And he knows that a song depicting their very predicament will endear him to them like never before. And that is exactly what has happened. Tugambire ku Jennifer is now the ghetto anthem. When Bobi Wine says he is the Ghetto President, it is things like these that prove he may be right.