Who is Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu? Flash Uganda Media looks at his biography, early life, Age, music and family of a Ugandan politician Bobi Wine.
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu known by the stage name Bobi Wine a self-proclaimed Ghetto President, People Power Pressure Group leader is a Ugandan politician, activist, singer, actor, businessman, philanthropist, father and a husband.
As of 11 July 2017, he serves as the Member of Parliament representing Kyadondo East Constituency in Wakiso District, in Uganda’s Central Region.
Bobi Wine is one of the successful and best secular musicians, he has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on February 12, 1982, and one of the richest secular musicians born in Uganda.
Bobi Wine is an Award-winning artiste who won four Pearl of Africa Music Awards from 2005 to 2008 and HiPipo Music Award in 2013.
Early Life and Education
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu was born on 12 February 1982 in Nkozi Hospital, where his late mother worked to the late J.W Sentamu. He grew up in the Kamwokya slum in the northeastern part of Kampala, the Capital City of Uganda.
Kyagulanyi attended Kitante Hill School, where he attained his Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) in 1996, as well as Kololo Senior Secondary School, where he attained his Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UCE) in 1998.
He then joined Makerere University in Kampala, where he studied music, dance and drama (MDD), graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2003, and was among the top three Ugandan musicians to dominate the industry for long.
In 2016, Bobi Wine went back to University to attain a Bachelor’s Degree in Law at the International University of East Africa (IUEA), where he got in contact with David Lewis Lubongoya, then, his administrative law lecturer, and now people power movement Chief Executive Secretary.
However, Bobi Wine allegedly dropped out from Law School at International University of East Africa (IUEA) where he had enrolled.
According to exclusive information got from sources in the university in September 2019, the musician only stepped in class once and since then, his would-be classmates are still questioning whether he was a student.
“I think he was only marketing the institution. The dude has never stepped in class again ever since his first time to attend” one of his classmates (name withheld) said.
“I knew he was never a student in the first place. The dude was looking for a way to stay in the news ahead of his MP bid in Kyadondo East” another student said.
Bobi Wine reportedly decided to go and study Law so that he can better understand the law and become a good lawmaker when he finally joins parliament.
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu – Music Career
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu began his music career in the early 2000s and adopted the stage name Bobi Wine. His first singles “Akagoma”, “Funtula”, and “Sunda” (featuring Ziggy D) brought him success in the East African music scene. His music has been characterized as reggae, dancehall, and afrobeat, often with a socially conscious message.
He was the leader of the group Fire Base Crew until its disbandment, after which he started a new group known as the Ghetto Republic of Uganda. He has released more than 70 songs in over 15 years.
In 2016, his song “Kiwani” was featured on the soundtrack for the Disney movie Queen of Katwe.
In 2020, amidst coronavirus pandemic, Bobi Wine and fellow musician Nubian Li, released a song titled “coronavirus” highlighting the importance of personal hygiene in the fight against the disease that has claimed millions of lives globally.
Bobi Wine has done many successful concerts and most recent is the Mother’s Day 10 May 2020, online concert where he collected close to 30,000 online viewers amidst coronavirus lockdown on Sunday evening dubbed ‘Ensasage Mu Nyumba’ this set a record of the most-watched online concert in Uganda.
It has been a while ever since his last “Kyalenga Concert” held at his private beach in Busaabala in 2018. He has been off the scene because his arranged concerts have been facing blockage from Police.
The concert was marred with network interruptions and glitches in the second hour but this didn’t stop the artiste from delivering.
Bobi Wine performed most of his songs with his long-time friend and deputy in the Fire Base Crew, Nubian Li. The performance was good with his house and compound well decorated and lit, backed by a live band session, traditional dancers at his home in Magere along Gayaza road, Wakiso District.
The artiste, who was accompanied by Nubian Li, then took their viewers down memory lane with all of his songs. He also constantly mixed in songs by famous artists like Bob Marley.
By the time the show was done, many viewers were impressed with what they had seen.
After the performance, the artist wrote on his Social Media pages thanking his fans for turning up in big numbers and promised another live concert without glitches in the nearby future. He directed the fans to his YouTube channel for an uninterrupted version of the show.
“Your online attendance was amazing (naye olulala mujja kusasula). Meaning next time you will pay, this was in response to a person who was appreciating his performance and mentioned that they were not provided with an option to pay for the show. “We apologize for the glitches in our internet but we promise you an interrupted version of the show on my YouTube channel by tomorrow…,’’ Bobi Wine wrote.
Bobi Wine’s banned songs
Over the years, the self-proclaimed Ghetto President politically-laced songs have been reported as banned from being played on any radio or TV stations by the regulator, allegations denied by the regulator later saying they are untrue and false.
Throughout the 2015-16 election periods, Wine refocused his messages to call for tolerance of different views. Wine’s public calls for calm activism during the 2016 election, with songs such as “Dembe”, provoked mixed reactions from different political interests in Uganda.
Bobi Wine cried foul over what he claims to be a government ban on his latest song. At the time, he expressed his astonishment after learning his track Dembe, which he sang in Luganda, cannot be played by the national broadcasters even on request.
“I was at UBC (Uganda Broadcasting Corporation) and was told straight that following a meeting, it was resolved that the song (Dembe) will not air. Many people call on request hours to ask for the song but it is never played. Some programs directors of radio and TV stations have told me they received calls ordering them not to play the song.”
The lyric of the song reportedly calls for peaceful elections and peaceful transfer of power. The hit was released at the start of 2016.
During this period, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) denied that it had banned “Dembe” from Ugandan radio. Three months after the election, the US. Ambassador to Uganda Deborah R. Malac invited Wine to a formal embassy event and commented that he was a positive influence for local youth.
When the Ugandan government turned off social media during the 2016 election, Wine used a virtual private network (VPN) to post on his defiance to the communications shutdown on his Facebook page while also pointing out that the government continued to use social media during the shutdown they initiated.
Bobi Wine was later chosen as a panellist to speak about freedom of expression on World Press Day in Kampala in May 2016. In March 2016, his fans were surprised to hear him defend the right of his artistic rivals to express views that Wine himself does not support.
In 2012, Ugandan broadcasters were banned from playing Bobi Wine’s song titled “Tugambire Ku Jennifer” (please talk to Jennifer). A song that criticized the then Executive Director of Kampala City Authority (KCCA), despite a constitutional right guaranteeing freedom of speech and expression.
The songs’ hard-hitting lyrics set to a gentle Afro beat summarize the problems facing the poorest people of Kampala such as forced evictions and criticize Musisis’s policies, arguing that they are making the situation worse. Its refrain says: “Tell Jenifer on our behalf to reduce her harshness because the city is ours”
Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi, the UCC’s Executive Director then informed the Human Rights Network for Journalists in Uganda (HRNJ) that “several people” had complained to the commission that the song was abusive, “so we can’t allow the airwaves to be used to insult others.”
Mutabazi went further and said that the song was not banned, but we have instructed airwaves not to play it until our investigations are complete.”
In 2017, rumours also spread around that another of the singer-cum-politician’s song “Freedom” had been banned but the reports turned out to be false information.
Following his election into Parliament as the Kyadondo East legislator, in October 2017, Bobi Wine’s stage performances/concerts began facing sabotage by Police arguing that he did not observe the preparatory plans for medical care, traffic control, crowd control and security.
The cancellation seems to have emerged from the “Kyarenga Concert” where Bobi Wine turned it into a political pulpit. And ever since then, Bobi Wine’s arranged concerts have been facing sabotage from Police including his political rallies and consultations on grounds of him not observing the state guidelines.
This was before he released the “Tuliyambala Engule” song on Monday, January 1 2019.
After releasing “Tuliyambala Engule” song, reports circulated on social media that UCC has banned the song from airing on radios and TV stations, allegations again denied by the regulator.
The reports which appeared on social media suggested that UCC Executive Director Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi had issued a directive to all broadcasters against playing the song as well as people having it on their phones.
“Radios or TV stations that are going to play Bobi Wine’s new song “Tuliyambala Engule” are at risk. That song should not be played anywhere, it’s treasonous and it disturbs the peace of the president. I even warn those who have it on their phones, we can track you and you’ll be forced to answer some questions,” Media Vision (Facebook) Page quoted Eng. Mutabazi as having said.
This sparked uproar on social media with users abusing UCC and the person of Eng. Mutabazi. But the commission’s publicist Pamela Ankunda faulted the social media reports when asked about the legitimacy of the report “not true,” she said.
“Tuliyambala Engule” is a Luganda phrase meaning “we’ll wear the crown.”
The song highlights the problems faced by Uganda and talks about the time after Uganda is “redeemed” from the current leadership of the National Resistance Movement (NRM), depicting Bobi Wine’s People Power Pressure Group as the redeemer.
Top artistes: Irene Ntale, King Saha, Dr Hildaman, Pastor Wilson Bugembe among others also features in the song.
Another controversial song is “Afande”, in this song Bobi Wine appealed to security operatives to desist from injustices released in early 2019, and stop being used by the regime to violate the rights of citizens.
“Afande, I am not fighting you, I am fighting for you,” the lyric goes. Afande is a Swahili word to mean a title of respect or a courtesy way to address officers in the armies of East African countries. He mixes English, Kiswahili and local dialects of Luganda,
Bobi Wine – Film Career
Bobi Wine is also a film actor, mainly starring in local Ugandan movies.
In 2010, he was cast in Cleopatra Koheirwe’s drama film Yogera.
In 2015, he was cast in a lead role in the Twaweza-supported film Situka with Helen Lukoma. He has also worked on several other films, including Divizionz.
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu – Political Career
In April 2017, Kyagulanyi announced his candidacy for parliament in an upcoming by-election for the Kyadondo East Constituency Wakiso District marking his first step into active politics. His door to door walking campaign attracted attention both in Uganda and abroad.
He won the contest by a wide margin, beating two seasoned candidates: Sitenda Sebalu of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party and Apollo Kantinti of the main opposition party Forum for Democratic Change (FDC).
In 2018, Kyagulanyi gained increasing fame, championing the victories in most of the by-elections by the candidates he campaigned for, thus beating out NRM and FDC candidates.
Arua by-election incident
On 14 August 2018, supporters of the independent candidate for Parliament Kassiano Wadri allegedly obstructed and attacked President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s convoy in the northern town of Arua, near Gulu.
Museveni’s motorcade was allegedly pelted with stones, leading to clashes between security forces and protestors. Later, Kyagulanyi, an outspoken critic of Museveni, revealed through a social media post that Police had intentionally shot at his vehicle, killing his driver Yasin Kawuma following the clash.
The trouble started after different candidates were marching to their respective offices with supporters after campaign rallies ahead of the by-election to choose Arua Municipality Member of Parliament.
On Dorcus Inzikuru Street, supporters of Mr Kassiano Wadri, an opposition leaning candidate, were marching ahead of supporters of Ms Nusura Tiperu, the National Resistance Movement (NRM) candidate.
Suddenly, gunshots were fired on Mr Wadri’s group, forcing them to scatter. The group retaliated by hurling stones at security forces.
Hon Kyagulanyi is one of the politicians who were in the town to campaign for Mr Wadri and President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was also present to campaign for Ms Nusura Tiperu and in that commotion, his driver lost his life.
Kyagulanyi had endorsed Wadri’s candidacy against the official pro-Museveni candidate in Arua, Ms Nusura Tiperu.
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu was then arrested on 15 August 2018 for possible charges of unlawful possession of firearms and incitement to violence, after which he was brought in front of a military court and charged with the former the following day.
It was reported that Kyagulanyi appeared to have been beaten because of the worrying state he was in at the time before appearing in court, he couldn’t walk on his own and in great pain.
Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, a lawyer who has represented detained MPs, said that Kyagulanyi was in a worrying state of health and needed urgent medical attention.
The government has repeatedly denied allegations of torture against Bobi Wine. Ugandans opposition leader Rt. Col. Dr Kizza Besigye called a press conference, where he demanded the MP’s immediate release.
With popular protests growing in Uganda demanding Kyagulanyi’s release, and heated discussions in the Ugandan Parliament, the Ugandan State prosecution withdrew the charges filed during Kyagulanyi’s second appearance in front of the General Court Martial in Gulu on 23 August 2018.
The prosecution indicated it would further pursue possible charges in a civilian court for a possible trial of the MP. Upon release, Kyagulanyi was rearrested and charged with treason in a civilian court.
In September 2018, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu was released on bail and travelled to the United States in the company of his wife for medical treatment for injuries he allegedly received in custody.
The Ugandan government banned his supporters from gathering on the day of his release, and the day of his return from the United States. He eventually addressed his supporters in a gathering outside his home upon his return to Uganda on 20 September 2018.
In August 2019, Kyagulanyi was charged with “intent to alarm, annoy or ridicule” President Museveni for his role in the Arua incident the previous year. The charges came a day after the death of Ziggy Wine, a fellow Ugandan musician and staunch critic of Museveni, who was kidnapped and tortured by unknown assailants.
However, the election was won by Mr Kassiano Wadri whom Bobi Wine campaigned for.
Anti-social media tax protest
On 22 April 2019, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu was detained while attempting to make his way to a planned concert at his private One Love Beach Busaabala in southern Kampala, which was cancelled by Police. He was accused of leading a protest in the city the previous year without prior police authorization; the protest was held against the “social media tax” which took effect in July 2018.
On 29 April 2019, on his way to the offices of the Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) to honour a summon and provide a statement on the cancelled concert, Kyagulanyi was again arrested and taken to Buganda Road Court, where he was charged with disobedience of statutory duty and remanded to Luzira Maximum Security Prison until his bail hearing on 2 May.
In a statement the following day, Amnesty International demanded his immediate release and urged the Uganda government to “stop misusing the law in a shameless attempt to silence him for criticizing the government.
On the day of the hearing, which was conducted via video conferencing (the first time in the history of Uganda’s justice system), Kyagulanyi was granted bail and released from prison, with the court also barring him from holding unlawful demonstrations.
2021 Presidential election
On 24 July 2019, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu formally announced his bid to run for Presidency in the 2021 general elections.
Following his presidential bid in the 2021 general elections, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, the People Power leader received clearance from the Electoral Commission (EC) to start his Presidential consultative meetings, however, his first phase consultative meetings faced blockage from the Police under claims that he did not observe the stated guidelines regulating public gatherings.
The cancellation was characterized by running battles with security and imprisonment. This forced Bobi Wine to cancel out his first phase consultative meetings after 3 meetings were blocked and promised to announce fresh dates.
But in March 2020, Bobi Wine launched an online Presidential Consultations amidst coronavirus pandemic citing continuous crackdown of his activities.
Kyagulanyi has supported several practical projects to improve conditions for the poor. In 2012, he started a campaign to promote more regular cleaning in hospitals, sanitation, garbage management, and handwashing to prevent disease.
A YouTube video from September 2012 shows him joining Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago in cleaning up Kamwokya, the slum neighbouring where Kyagulanyi grew up.
The same year, he also donated funds to build pit latrines and construct a drainage channel in Kisenyi II, a Kampala slum that the New Vision described as being “characterized by filth, crowded shanty structures, poor sanitation and lack of basic social facilities.” Kyagulanyi explained that he embarked on the project “because these are my people, and no matter where I go, this will always be home.”
He has also campaigned for malaria prevention, with donations to Nakasongola Health Centre, and references to the disease in his songs.
In August 2013, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu visited the Bundibugyo Refugee Camp in Bundibugyo District, along with representatives from Save the Children, UNHCR, and the Red Cross, to deliver funds and supplies.
The following month, he was named as a parenting ambassador by Twaweza, an NGO that focuses on education and citizen engagement in East Africa; his message in this partnership was to promote responsible parenting among his Uganda fans.
In an interview about the project, he said that “education is what will ultimately change the course of our country and as an artist and a father; I believe we can all make a difference in our children’s learning.”
In 2014, Kyagulanyi was named as an ambassador for Save the Children’s EVERY ONE campaign, joining a team of 14 Ugandan artistes who recorded a special song and video about maternal and child health.
Other leading artists in the video included Jose Chameleone, and Radio and Weasel, who make up the Goodlyfe Crew. Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu and his wife Barbara travelled to hospitals throughout Uganda, including Nakaseke Hospital, meeting with midwives and health workers to popularize the campaign.
Save the Children also took him to other regions for the campaign, including Nyumanzi Refugee Settlement in northwestern Uganda for South Sudanese people.
Bobi Wine as well received a professional boxing license from The Uganda Professional Boxing Commission.
Wine is often outspoken about political and social issues in Uganda, generating some controversy. Until January 2019, he had a long-standing feud with fellow Ugandan musician Bebe Cool, who has sung in support of President Museveni and the NRM, while Kyagulanyi has supported opposition interests.
In July 2014, it was announced that Wine was to perform in the United Kingdom at The Drum Arts Centre in Birmingham and the Troxy in London. This led to calls for a ban because of his lyrics expressing opinions against homosexuality.
Both venues subsequently cancelled Wine’s appearances. In a May 2016 Twitter exchange with ULC Monastery LGBTI, an American Christian group that promotes tolerance toward the LGBT community, Wine suggested that he had moved away from his previous homophobic comments, but did not specifically state that his views on homosexuality had changed.
In 2015, Wine publically defended the Buganda Kingdom’s fundraising efforts (Etofali) as it was harshly criticized by the outspoken Sheikh Muzaata, stirring up a war of words. Kyagulanyi has at times been known as Omubanda wa Kabaka (the king’s rogue) for his devotion to the Kabaka (King) of Buganda.
In April 2016, when Uganda’s only radiotherapy machine in Mulago broke down, Wine took a leading position in widespread public anger at the slow official response, and posted a critique of the government’s handling of public health care, challenging the country’s leaders to make better use of citizen’ taxes.
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu – Family
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu met wife, Barbara Itungo Kyagulanyi, while he was at Makerere University and she was an S.6 student at Bweranyangi Girl’s Senior Secondary School. After living together for ten years, Bobi Wine and Barbie tied the knot at Rubaga Cathedral and then later hosted their guests to a reception at Serena Conference Centre in Kampala in August 2011.
Bobi Wine’s best man was his brother. He chose him because he knew a lot about how he started dating Barbie; he used to give him transport fees to the National Theatre where he met Barbie.
Bobi Wine and Barbie began their relationship in November 2000 at the National Theatre. They were both acting in a play entitled “Cat and Mouse Land” in which Barbie was the Mouse, the mouse was the first lady and Bobi Wine was the Cat, the cat was the President in that land.
Bobi Wine loved Barbie from the first day he set his eyes on her; let’s say it was love at first sight. But he couldn’t tell her because he knew she would refuse him.
So, he pretended to be her friend to front his intentions, but deep down his heart, it was real love burning up.
By then, Bobi Wine had several girlfriends but after setting his eyes on Barbie, he began cutting ties with them one by one even before he was assured of Barbie’s love.
Bobi Wine was attracted to Barbie by her beauty, nice and smooth skin, her body complexion and of course her smile. All these features struck him the first time he saw Barbie.
During that time Bobi Wine used to escort her home after the play and the two used to chat a lot with each other. So after some time, the two grew close.
So, one day, after about seven months, Bobi Wine was escorting her home to Nsambya. He had bought Barbie bangles and earrings. “I told her: by the way, I have bought you these earrings and bangles because, inside my heart, I love you seriously. She took them but blasted me for joking but I insisted. With time, she became more receptive and even started complimenting me.
“I treasure her most because she was a virgin. I am sure I was her first cut and last. I respect her for that.”
In their marriage, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has never fought with Barbie and he says he will never because she has a golden heart, she has never annoyed him but rather he has annoyed her very many times but she is always there for him.
Bobi Wine says of all the girls he has ever met, he has never seen one who can make him leave Barbie.
In their marriage, Bobi says he has faced one challenge, that’s Barbie comes from a wealthy family than his. So in that regard, he’s ever working hard to prove himself and meet their family standards.
Bobi’s Advice to Celebrity Relationships/Marriages
Bobi Wine urges celebrities to stop extending their fame into their relationships because it leads to disaster. He says whether one is a celebrity or not one needs to respect his/her partner, if you make a mistake, it’s important to apologize and avoid repeating it.
Craziest things Bobi remembers in their relationship
“There are many crazy things, but maybe the day, she wanted to visit me I went home and told the boys I was going to clean up. We tried our best including washing up and hiding dirty clothes and perfuming the room. Unfortunately, something happened. We were watching TV and the signal suddenly went off. She rose and tried to re-position the antenna and landed in the dirty things we were hiding behind the box. She asked me what they were.”
Bobi Wine and Barbie have four children together:
- Solomon Kampala Nyanzi,
- Shalom Namagembe,
- Shadraq Shilling Mbogo, and
- Suubi Shine Nakaayi.
However, Bobi Wine has a child from another woman only identified as Simon. This earlier on caused misunderstandings in their relationship with Barbie threatening to divorce Bobi Wine if he makes another mistake again. And all together Bobi Wine has five children.
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu and his family reside in Magere Village, Wakiso District, where he ensures they “go together to dig and get food, whenever we can. I do that because I want them to learn to live an ordinary life, not as a celebrity.
On 10 February 2015, Kyagulanyi’s father Jackson Wellington Ssentamu died after a lengthy battle with diabetes. The vigil and burial attracted hundreds of mourners including government officials and other celebrities.
One month later, Kyagulanyi released the song “Paradiso”, which carries the message of valuing your parents while they are still alive.
Awards and Nominations
In 2005, Bobi Wine won the Pearl of Africa Music Awards, category Song of the Year “Mama Mbire” featuring Juliana Kanyomozi).
In 2006, Bobi Wine won the Pearl of Africa Music Awards, category Best Afro Beat Single “Bada”.
In the same year, Bobi Wine won Artist of the Year Award and nominated in the Tanzanian Music Awards Best East African Album, Mama Mbire featuring Juliana Kanyomozi.
In 2007, Bobi Wine won the Pearl of Africa Music Awards, category Best Afro Beat Single “Kiwani”, and Best Afro Beat Artist/Group. While in the same still, Bobi Wine was nominated in Kisima Music Awards, category Best Song Uganda, “Bada”.
In 2008, Bobi Wine won the Pearl of Africa Music Awards, Best Afro Beat Artist/Group.
In 2009, Bobi Wine won the MTV Africa Music Awards, category Best Video “Little Things You Do” (Wahu featuring Bobi Wine).
In 2013, Bobi Wine won the HiPipo Music Awards, category Best Ragga/Dancehall Song, “By Far”.
In 2018, Bobi Wine won the Male Artiste of the year, and Song of the Year Award “Kyarenga”. He was also nominated in the Zzina Awards still in the same year.
- 2018, Bobi Wine Africanews Personality of the Year
- 2019 Foreign Policy Global Thinkers
2019 Rainbow/PUSH International Humanitarian Award
- 2008: Divisionz
- 2010: Yogera
- 2015: Situka
- 2018: Kyarenga
- 2017: Freedom
- 2010: Mazzi Mawanvu
- 2015: Bobi Wange
- 2015: Hosanah
- 2015: Kansubize
- 2015: Ontabira
- 2015: Sweet
- 2009: Caroline
- 2007: Kiwani
- Coronavirus Alert, 2020
- Kasukali, 2019
- Tuliyambala Engule, 2019
- Situka, 2019
- Abantu, Kansubize 2015
- Obululu, Kyarenga 2018
- Ghetto, Kansubize 2015
- Kataala, 2018
- Specioza Uganda 2019
- Freedom, Freedom 2017
- Ampala, Uganda 2019
- Singa, Mazi Mawanvu 2010
- Kikomando, Kiwani 2007
- Time Bomb 2019
- Size Yo 2019
- Abalungi Balumya 2015
- Uganda Zukuka 2019
- Mr. Money, Sweet 2019
- Nsaba Twogere 2019
- Bembe, Kyarenga 2018
- Akalimu 2019
- Aidah 2019
- Funtula, Bobi Wange 2015
- Tugambire Ku Jennifer 2019
- Wendi, Ontabira 2015
- Afande 2019
- Abaseke, Hosanah 2015
- Kadingo, Kiwani 2007
- Byekwaaso 2019
- Kyarenga by H.E Bobi Wine 2018
- I Promise, Caroline 2009
Bobi Wine – Net Worth
Bobi Wine estimated Net Worth in 2019 was between $1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)
Previous Year’s net worth (2018) $100.000 – $1 Million
Annual Salary under Review
Income Source Primary Income source World Music Singer (professional).