Opposition politician and leader of National Unity Platform (NUP) Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has concluded his Ukraine tour with a recording session at Maryam and Jenny Records Studio with the leading singers and performers in Ukraine.
“Forget the missiles and the tanks; we are deploying our most potent weapon for the universal struggle for freedom, and that is music,” Bobi Wine through social media.
He revealed among the Ukraine artists he worked with include the StringMocking Band. He also worked with Sofia Grabovetska, a singer and Bandura player, Bogdan Khmara, a violinist, Mykyta Kozhukha, a drummer, and Pavlov Krip, a bassist.
While in Ukraine, Bobi Wine has held meetings with the European country’s politicians and activists and visited different cities and places.
He met with Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, the Chairman and Minister for defence and adviser to President-Andrii Zahorodniuk, Vice Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine-Ivanna Klympush and the mayor of Lviv City Andry Sadovy.
He also met with the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Ukrainian Parliament, the Committee on Foreign economic relations and the effective use of Foreign Aid.
He also visited cities Bucha, Dmitrovka, Borodyanka, and Hostomel – cities that have witnessed the devastation and ruin caused ‘by Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine.
“It is saddening to see cities like Bucha that were previously peaceful and thriving now reduced to rubble and mass graves. Yet amidst all this despair, one cannot fail to observe the hundreds of destroyed Russian tanks and other munitions that litter the streets.
The valor with which Ukrainians have resisted Russia’s oppression should teach that entire struggle for freedom, peace and self-determination to never give up even in the face of overwhelming odds,” Bobi Wine stated.