Embakasi East MP Babu Owino and visiting Ugandan legislator Robert Kyagulanyi also known as Bobi Wine have launched a new political Movement in Kenya.
The new political movement dubbed Youth for Africa movement was launched by the two legislators in Nairobi.
Bobi Wine while speaking in Nairobi were he argued Kenyans to join neighbouring Uganda in liberating Uganda.
“We do not come asking for guns as we do not want to kill anyone. We come to ask for your brotherhood,” he told a charged crowd on Saturday,” Bobi Wine said.
Bobi Wine argued Kenyans to fight injustice in Uganda because injustice can also affect development in Kenya and East Africa at large.
“When there is injustice and dictatorship in Uganda, its everywhere. When something bad happens in Kenya, it’s a great concern for Uganda and vice versa,” Bobi Wine said.
Owino later took on social media and posted the statement below;
Accompanied by my brother Bobi Wine, other youth leaders and Kibra-born hip hop musician Octopizzo, I convened a youth rally today in Kamkunji Grounds, Kibra attended by thousands from the entire Nairobi County.
Given that it is the last day of my brother Bobi’s visit, we chose to spend it at the grassroots with the people before heading out to support Kenya’s Harambee Stars against Ethiopia’s Antelopes.
Some of you have been asking what our “Youth For Africa Movement” is meant to achieve? Through our collaborative efforts as young leaders, we aim to engage young men and women across the African continent with a view to giving them a voice in the affairs of our society.
It is about harnessing the potential of the young people of the continent to bring about change through peaceful means. We can make our lives better as young people through enhanced participation in our democracies and non-violent advocacy.
These are just the first steps to a bright future. I urge you all to join us as we walk this journey together!