Ugandan Songs: Bobi Wine, Nubian Li Drop New Song ‘Xenophobia’ Condemning Social Injustices

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By Gloria

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Ugandan artist and politician Bobi Wine has teamed up with music partner Nubian Li on a new song titled 'Xenophobia'.

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In ‘Xenophobia’, Bobi Wine condemns social injustices against black people; citing incidents across the world where Africans have been discriminated.

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He condemns brutal murder of blacks across Africa, and urges Africans to embrace and love each other regardless of their origin and ethnicity.

"Tell me why you ever consider murdering your brother, why can't we live alongside one another," Bobi Wine posed in the new Reggae song.

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The song has elicited massive reactions with fans hailing Bobi Wine and Nubian Li for the strong message in the song.

Early this year, Bobi Wine contested for the Ugandan Presidency but was defeated by incumbent President Yoweri Museveni.

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The election and campaign period was marred with violence as the government reigned on Bobi Wine’s supporters.

At one point, 126 supporters of Bobi Wine including Nubian Li were arrested during a campaign event at Kalangala District.

After the election, Bobi Wine was placed on house arrest for several days eliciting anxiety in the country. It is believed that these incidents coupled by excessive use of force by the police inspired Bobi Wine to release the new jam.

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