Diaspora Events | Bobi Wine | Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu’s Townhall Meeting in Boston – Saturday 10th February 2018

Posted February 11, 2018 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Boston Townhall ~ 6,150 views


On Saturday evening February 10th 2018 Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine held a Townhall meeting in opposition stronghold of Boston at the Hilton Hotel Woburn, Massachusetts. The discussions centered around the State of Uganda’s Political, Social & Economic Development and the views from the Diaspora on the ongoing political dispensation.

Moderated by Ronnie Mayanja, Charles Muvawala and Ed Jumba of Radio Uganda USA the Town hall was a tremendous success that attracted a cross section of Bostonians including religious leaders and generated considerable buzz on social media. After the Town hall meeting Bobi Wine the artist took over the stage playing some of the crowd favorite songs that included political themed satire…

The $40 dollar price-tag charged by the organizers to help pay for the venue and other expenses did not deter fans and revelers that came from as far as New York, Maryland and Canada from attending. A free event would have attracted a much bigger audience judging from the popularity of the ‘ghetto president’ in Boston!

Highlights of the entire event were streamed live by Diaspora TV and below are the highlights. Good viewing.  Disclaimer — The views expressed during the town-hall are not a reflection of Uganda Diaspora News but an individual representation of those that spoke at the event.

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    Thank you Boston for bringing this young man and showing up to make your contribution to the conversation. I admire how Hon. Kyagulanyi Robert is including opinions of Ugandans in the diaspora. He was very keen on listening to all the questions and request that next time the microphones are stationed in the ailes, so that whoever wants to ask a question lines up. Long Live Uganda.


    Thank you Ugandan Diaspora News Team !

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