Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has released a song in which he has collaborated with other African leaders. The song titled, ‘Alone Together’, aims at bringing all African states to fight coronavirus on the continent.
“I thank all the leaders who have accepted to come together to work on this song. We want to fight this together. Fellow Ugandans and all people of the world, behold our new song starring South African artistes Robin Auld, Schalk Joubert, Lumanyano Unity Mzi, Greg Mills, Nigeria’s Amuta Stone and myself,” Bobi Wine said.
He says he is very humbled to do this song alongside very eminent leaders on the African continent as they hope that the song encourages everyone and gives hope as we confront the coronavirus pandemic with courage and fortitude.
He gave a vote of thanks to the Brenhurst Foundation for bringing them together for this very noble cause and mentioned the leaders graciously accepted to be part of the song.
Former Nigerian President, His Excellency Olusegun Obasanyo, former President of Liberia, Her Excellency Ellen Johnson Sirlief, former President of Sierra Leone, His Excellency Ernest Bai Koroma, Current President of Liberia, His Excellency George Weah, former President of Malawi, Her Excellency Joyce Banda, former President of Burundi, His Excellency Pierre Buyoya, former President of South Africa, His Excellency Kgalema Motlanthe, Current President of Somaliland, His Excellency Muse Bihi Abdi, former President of South Africa, His Excellency FW de Klerk, former Prime Minister of Kenya, His Excellency Raila Odinga, former Prime Minister of Ethiopia, His Excellency Hailemariam Desalegn, former Vice President of Malawi, His Excellency Salous Chilima, Minister of Finance for Lesotho, and Honorable Moeketsi Majoro all took part is the song.
The song also features other prominent leaders on the continent, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Helen Zille, Makhosi Khoza, Patrice de Lille, Mmusi Maimane, Bishop Precious Omuku, Alan Winde, Hakainde Hichilema, Lindiwe Mazibuko, Erastus Mwencha, Wilmot James, Mcebisi Jonas, Tendai Biti, and Cardinal Wilfrid Napier.