Bobi Wine’s ‘Tuliyammbala Engule’ song that is currently shaking the air waves came with a lot of mixed reactions. As many liked the message in it, others say that Bobi Wine wouldn’t have used a religious song for his political favors.
Some of the artists that featured on it like Pastor Wilson Bugembe has already bowed to pressure, from fellow pastors saying that he regrets the day he made a decision to collaborate on the song that also featured artists like Irene Ntale, Irene Namatovu, Dr Hilderman among others.
However, Irene Ntale says that she cannot follow the path that Pastor Bugembe took because takes her decision as the main highlight of her career.
The ‘Stamina Daddy’ singer says that she is very grateful for the opportunity to feature on the ‘Tuliyambala Engule’ song because it gave her a voice to express the issues affecting people especially women in the country.
“It was a great honour for me to be asked to feature on this song. I am glad I sang some of the issues affecting women in my country and creating awareness. The first step to solving a problem is identifying it. I am glad to say this is the best part of my career,” She said.
Irene Ntale also thanked Bobi Wine plus other amazing artistes for bringing the issues affecting the public to light.