Despite being rescheduled for 9th November 2018, Bobi Wine‘s Kyarenga Concert will not happen at least according to the management at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.

The most anticipated concert this year, and expected to be the biggest concert in Uganda since Lucky Dube’s, seems to be running in circle with lots of uncertainty being wrapped around it.

The Kyarenga Concert which was initially slated for 13th October was moved to 20th October because the Uganda Cranes had a football match at the same venue on the booked date.

Bobi Wine, his management, and the event’s promoter went ahead and made adverts calling upon his fans to turn up on 20th October only to be hit with bad news that it was not going to be possible because the venue had been booked for a wedding.

The legislator was then advised to reschedule the show for 9th November to which he obliged. Despite obeying and following Namboole management’s advice, Bobi Wine’s show will not happen on November 9th because it has been blocked by the same management of the venue.

In another twist, the stadium’s management has informed Bobi Wine that they received complaints from FUFA about how the concert will affect it’s preparations towards the match between Uganda Cranes and Cape Verde slated for 17th November.

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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