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Bobi Wine looking for man who gave him outfit he used to escape from Police

Bobi Wine runs during the protest donning the donated cap and jacket. COURTESY PHOTO

Yesterday singer/parliamentarian Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, alias Bobi Wine, was the man of the hour after he managed to evade arrest and make it to Parliament during the social media tax protest.
His undetected escape and successful arrival at Parliament was only made possible by a yet-to-be-identified Good Samaritan who donated a cap and jacket to the Kyadondo East Member of Parliament.

Bobi Wine poses with the jacket and cape. He is looking foe the man who gave them to him. COURTESY PHOTO

Today morning, Bobi Wine has washed off all of yesterday’s dust and tear gas and is looking for the man who donated the outfit that has since gone viral after a powerful picture of him running while donning it surfaced on social media.

READ: Social media tax protest: Bobi Wine evades arrest, mocks Police

“To the Brother who I met in town (kiyembe) and facilitated me with his Jacket and cap so I could find my way to parliament disguised,I salute you. I am looking for you. #ThisTaxMustGo,” Bobi Wine has posted on social media.

Bobi Wine addresses protesters before he changed outfit. COURTESY PHOTO

At the beginning of the protest, Bobi Wine had been dressed in a red shirt and red cap just like the other  protesters who included singers A Pass, Dr Hilderman, Nubian Lee and media personalities Joel Senyonyi and Raymond Mujuni.

ALSO READ: You are a hypocrite – Bobi Wine tells Andrew Mwenda

United: Raymond Mujuni, Bobi Wine and A Pass. COURTESY PHOTOS

The police officers who had attempted to arrest him therefore were not able to see him escape since they did not expect him to be wearing a black jacket and cap. Meanwhile the cap had the words ‘RISK TAKERS’ inscribed on it. How coincidentally appropriate!

For now let us spread the word till it reaches the courageous ‘Kiyembe’ lane guy. A big reward awaits him!

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