KITALO!! omuyimbi Adam Mulwana eyayimba oluyimba “Toka kwa Barabara afiridde kumyaka 32 oluvanyuma lwokuwebwa obutwa

omuyimbi Adam Mulwana eyayimba oluyimba “Toka kwa Barabara” olwakolera ennyo Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye mu kkampeyini za 2016 afudde! Amaze ebbanga nga mulwadde, kigambibwa nti waliwo abaamuwa obutwa!

Adam Mulwana, the talented artist behind the iconic song “Toka Kwa Barabara,” which became an anthem for the opposition during the 2016 General Elections, has passed away. Mulwana, who rose to fame amidst the political fervor of the time, lived a life marked by both adulation and paranoia.


At 32 years old, Mulwana’s untimely demise has left a void in the music and political spheres of Uganda. His song, urging people to “get out of the way,” became synonymous with the opposition Forum for Democratic Change and its leader, Dr. Kizza Besigye, as they campaigned against President Museveni.

Mulwana’s journey was fraught with challenges, including battling illness for over two years. He publicly disclosed his struggles, mentioning a painful liver complication and even alleging that he had been poisoned.

This revelation added layers of complexity to his already tumultuous life, leading to heightened paranoia and frequent changes in residence as he feared surveillance by security operatives.

In the wake of Mulwana’s passing, tributes have poured in, particularly from those within the opposition ranks who revered him for his courage and musical contributions. His legacy as a voice for change and defiance against the status quo will endure.

Adam Mulwana will be laid to rest this Tuesday afternoon in Butambala, leaving behind a rich musical legacy and a story of resilience in the face of adversity.


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