Bobi Wine’s wife Barbie Kyagulanyi shared a glimpse of their deluxe seemingly white-painted house

– Bobi Wine and his wife own a palatial residence in Magere, one of the country’s leafy suburbs located in the outskirts of Kampala

– Bobi Wine’s wife Barbie Kyagulanyi shared a glimpse of their deluxe seemingly white-painted house on her Facebook page

– The elegant and beautiful serenity surrounding the couple’s magnificent one storey house was shown to all and sundry

A recent study shows Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, popularly known as Bobi Wine is the richest Ugandan singer with his fortunes amounting to KSh 787.6 million.

Bobi Wine and his wife own a palatial residence in Magere, one of the country’s leafy suburbs located in the outskirts of Kampala. Photo: Barbie Kyagulanyi.

Bobi Wine and his wife own a palatial residence in Magere, one of the country’s leafy suburbs located in the outskirts of Kampala. Photo: Barbie Kyagulanyi.

The musician doubles up as a politician, actor, activist, businessman and also a philanthropist.

Among the properties in his vast empire, is a palatial residence located in Magere, one of the country’s leafy suburbs located in the outskirts of Kampala

On Thursday, June 3, Wine’s lovely wife Barbie Kyagulanyi shared a glimpse of their deluxe seemingly white-painted house on her Facebook page.

The elegant and beautiful serenity surrounding the couple’s magnificent one storey house was shown to all and sundry.

The well-manicured grey lawn, with neatly arranged flower pots, gave it a sight to behold.

Inside, the house is furnished with elegant furniture.

Wine has released more than 70 songs throughout his career.

Apart from the house, he also owns One Love Beach on Lake Victoria and a taxi network.

Bobi also possesses a yacht, a speedboat and several luxury cars.

The musician has been endorsed by several brands such as MTN, Centenary Bank, Lifebank condoms and ‘Twaweza.’

Politics

Wine, however, did not have it easy for the better part of 2020 after he unsuccessfully tried to challenge President Yoweri Museveni for the countries top seat.

Ranging from a series of arrests, being brutalised by the police, the singer finally emerged second in the hotly contested polls.

In the results, Museveni who ran on the National Resistance Movement party ticket, had taken an early lead right from day one and sealed it on the final day with 5,851,037 votes to carry the day.

The win translated to 58.64% of the total vote cast, his closest rival Wine who ran on the National Unity Party (NUP) managed 3,475,298 votes (34.83%) to make him the official opposition leader.

Later NUP’s presidential candidate disputed the results and vowed to move to the Supreme Court to challenge Museveni’s victory.

However, on Wednesday, May 12, Museveni was sworn in office for a sixth term with the promise of upholding democracy.

Read also : Bobi Wine NUP to Form a shadow cabinet

Frank
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Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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