Ugandan singer Moses Ssali popularly known as Bebe Cool travelled to South Africa to canvas support for President Museveni ahead of the 2021 presidential elections.
According to the ‘Wire Wire’ singer, the South Africa diaspora conference in Johannesburg endorsed president Museveni to be the NRM presidential sole candidate for 2021 elections.
“This evening, I was honoured to be a part of the South Africa diaspora conference that endorsed president Museveni to be the NRM Presidential Sole candidate. It was such a festive moment witnessing the love and support these fellow Ugandans have for President Museveni, NRM party and most of all our country Uganda. We shared experiences and made a resolve to continue spreading the NRM love all over other diaspora communities in the world. We intend to dispel all the lies that have been spread by those that despise our achievements and to show them that we are indeed SILENT MAJORITY. It is one thing spreading negativity about individuals like Bebe Cool, but it very morally wrong to talk about our country in a derogatory manner. It is important to attract love for our country because no matter where we go or how prosperous the world is, Uganda remains our homeland,” Bebe Cool posted on his social media platforms before adding that NRM/Silent Majority is about to be activated in UAE, UK, USA, Canada.
Bebe Cool’s visit happened just hours after Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine received Africa Freedom Award 2019 from the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom in Johannesburg, South Africa where he had also travelled.
Bobi’s award is just one of the several continental recognitions he has received of late ahead of the 2021 presidential elections in which he already expressed his interest to challenge President Museveni who has been in power for over three decades.
“What an honour. What an opportunity to share a platform with strugglists from all over Africa and the world,” Bobi Wine who has already been to UAE, UK, USA and Canada mobilizing support for 2021 presidential elections posted on Friday.