Jamaica’s Prime Minister hails Bobi Wine’s New Song 'Corona Virus Alert'
30 March 2020
Ugandan musician cum politician Bobi Wine and his partner Nubian Li last week released a coronavirus sensitization song dubbed 'Corona Virus Alert'; ensitizing people about the deadly Corona Virus.
Shortly after being released, the song went viral, and received massive support from across the world.
Among the many who have endorsed the message in the song is Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Michael, who noted that ‘Corona Virus Alert’ has a powerful message.
“International Afrobeats artiste, Bobi Wine, took to the studio to record a powerful song about the coronavirus. His message is that everyone is at risk, but equally, each of us can be the solution if we take personal responsibility and play our part,” Holness shared.
Bobi Wine could not keep calm as he returned the love to the Prime Minister; whom he met in 2019, when he had traveled to perform at the annual Rebel Salute music festival.
"Big up, Most Honorable Prime Minister. Thanks for the great work of keeping Jamaica safe and alert; and for truly believing in the power of music to impact society as we all confront this global #COVID19 pandemic. In solidarity, we shall win this war. #UnitedAgainstCOVID19,"Bobi posted.
The song has also featured on international news platforms, BBC News Africa and Al Jazeera News.