Over the just-ended weekend, Bobi Wine’s comrades Mikie Wine and Nubian Li, had their turn of enjoyment as well.
Do y’all remember rapper Big Trill’s viral song, Parte after Parte he released in 2019?
Well this is the song that can truly describe what is happening in NUP darling, Bobi Wine’s camp.
Away from ‘fighting for freedom and removing a dictator’, a popular mantra he uses, Bobi Wine and struggle-mates have had blissful moments lately.
September 7, it was pomp and glamour as Bobi treated stunning wife, Barbie Itungo Kyagulanyi to a surprise birthday party. Barbie was celebrating her 35th birthday and indeed it was worth it all. The inspirational and power couple jetted out to South Africa to celebrate life.
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On September 28, the popstar cum opposition honcho staged an online concert dubbed ‘Freedom Festival concert’. However, it never lived up to the hype like the other two he previously held in 2020.
Come October, the parties and ceremonies are still going on! Within the space of one week, Bobi Wine’s close associates have had a blast.
Last week, NUP mouthpiece Joel Ssenyonyi threw his wife Fabrice Nagawa a lavish baby shower at One Love Beach Busabala. Pics shared on social media show Nagawa dressed in a long white gown with a big tummy as excited Ssenyonyi encircles her from behind and cradles her tummy as if listening out for the heartbeat of his bundle of joy.
Over the just-ended weekend, Mikie Wine and comrade, Nubian Li, had their turn of enjoyment as well.
Bobi Wine’s younger brother, Micheal Mukwaya popularly known as Mikie Wine, has legalized his relationship with baby mama Shanzney Khan in a traditional marriage. Khan introduced Mikie to her parents.
The excited Mikie Wine confirmed the news on his official social media pages.
As Netizens were still showering him with congratulatory messages, news broke that Nubian Li was also securing his future with gorgeous fiancé, Mutoni Shiko Gloria.
Like Mikie, Nubian also shared the good news on his Facebook page.
“A big thanks to the late Frank Baganizi’s family for having me as their son and all those who helped to make it possible,” he captioned the post.
With all this merry-making happening back-to-back, we can only keep guessing at when the next celebration will be.
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