Eddy Kenzo endorses Gravity Omutujju’s proposal to encourage Bobi Wine to donate a portion of his land at Busabala Beach for the construction of a hospital.
In the course of this week, controversial rapper Gravity Omutujju expressed his dissatisfaction with fellow singer Bobi Wine, asserting that he should practice what he preaches.
Gravity Omutujju claims that Bobi Wine has consistently complained about the inadequate services in the country, yet he has not taken sufficient action to improve them, despite being moneyed enough and one of the country’s leaders.
In response to this, Gravity challenged Bobi Wine to donate a section of his land at Busabala Beach to establish a hospital that would assist pregnant women and others in need.
Yesterday, Gravity made his contribution at Busabala One Love Beach, which included two bags of cement, sand, and iron bars.
While addressing the press yesterday, Eddy Kenzo, the Uganda National Musicians Federation (UNMF) president, expressed his support for Gravity Omutujju’s initiative, emphasizing that since Bobi Wine has been advocating for hospitals for years, it is only right for him to donate a piece of land for their construction.
Eddy Kenzo noted that there is currently no hospital in Busabala that can promptly attend to pregnant women, making his donation a much-welcomed gesture.
However, Eddy Kenzo also stated that it is not mandatory for Bobi Wine to fulfill their request, and if he is unwilling to do so, it is acceptable.