Amidst the drama going on about him even when he is dead, Paul Job Kafeero was paid tribute to in a song Dipo Naziggala.
Caressed by the gentle afternoon breeze on Lake Victoria, on his lavish boat, with a host of celebrated musicians and instrumentalists, musician Bobi Wine kicked off his second online concert dubbed Freedom Show.
This time round, however, there was less anticipation for the show, as opposed to the first one. Be that as it may, Bobi Wine's fans are always on the lookout, waiting for anything from him. They flocked his social media pages in no time, gearing up for the show.
Flanked by Nubian Li, Aziiz Azion on the Guitar, Joseph Sax on the Saxophone, and a few other instrumentalists, Bobi Wine sailed through to Busabala beach with Byekwaso. Worth noting, however, is that not even the sound of wind on the lake could interrupt the crispness of the show. Kudos to the producers of the show, Tony Haules and Paddy man for paying attention to detail.
It was not later than 30 minutes before Bobi Wine and his band docked at Busaabala beach, to continue entertaining hundreds of fans Online. During the previous concert, a tribute to the late Mozey Radio was one of the highlights. In the second show, Radio was a talking point, again. The show was held at Radio Corner, Busaabala beach.
"This was Radio's favorite spot whenever he came here at Busaabala. He is the one who painted the rocks at this spot, and as such, we named the spot after him," Bobi Wine said
However, Bobi Wine had a different legend to pay tribute to this time round. Amidst the drama going on about him even when he is dead, Paul Job Kafeero was paid tribute to in a song Dipo Naziggala.
The show was more conversational than the previous one. Bobi kept on engaging his fans online, hitting back at his former friends and colleagues who have since become his rivals. The climax was when musicians King Saha and Dr. Hilderman made their way to the show, performing Tuliyambala Engule, hitting 21,000 views