Musician Eddy Kenzo has revealed that he was fueled by anger to say that he would not campaign for Bobi Wine in his bid to become President.
Kenzo announced he was going to keep a distance from matters regarding politics but this was interpreted by many that he had paid by the President.
“I did not have much to talk about with the President. We just discussed music and that was it,” he said.
“I was disappointed in Bobi Wine and some People Power figures when they did not show up at the airport as I was returned from abroad after winning an award. I thought they were family but they showed me that they didn’t care. It made me really angry, and that’s why I pulled out of People Power activities,” he explained.
He confirmed he is a neutral person and will perform at any victory party whether People Power or National Resistance Movement.