Bobi Wine brightens up the quarantine period with his Coronavirus song
March 27, 2020 07:51 AM @ugandaonline
Bobi Wine is back with his edutainment style which can't be missed when he mentions the words quarantine and symptom in his patwa style. The pop star teams up with Nubian Li to deliver the Coronavirus vocals...
Bobi Wine and Nubian Li doing their thing on the Coronavirus song
Bobi Wine has released yet another jam that has got his fans rocking the dance floor, but this time from their homes as many are quarantined following the Coronavirus pandemic.
Uganda currently has 14 confirmed cases of those battling with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and President Museveni has issued directives that include banning all public gatherings, closed schools, bars and all entertainment venues.
In his latest message, the President has blocked all public transport and private cars can only have three passengers that include the driver.
In his messages, the President has been talking about sneezing, a word he thinks is misleading because there is what he terms as sneezing in and sneezing out, but the latter, which he locally translates as 'Okwetyamula' is what grabbed Bobi Wine's attention that he included it in the lyrics.
"The bad news is that everyone is a victim, but the good news is that everyone is a potential solution..."
In his edutainment style, you can't miss the way Bobi Wine pronounces the words quarantine and symptom surely making your time in this quarantine period a worthwhile moment.
He teamed up with Nubian Li to deliver the Coronavirus vocals and while releasing the song, this was the message;
"As we all unite to confront the Corona Virus pandemic, we decided to send this message through music and we hope it will encourage the many efforts to sensitize our people. May this edutainment brighten up your quarantine and please share so that the message reaches far and wide. UnitedAgainst#COVID19."
Bobi Wine's Coronavirus song is number 1 on trending.
His fans from across the world have since been applauding him on the move. Artists Eddy Kenzo and John Blaq are equally in love with song and they promise to borrow a leaf.