Gospel artist Zabuli has joined a number of other youths, artists and media personnel that joined hands to fight against police brutality. This came as an effort to end the unfair treatment by the men in uniform against civilians. In a post Zabuli shared her own encounter against a seemingly drunken security personnel who tried to rough her and his other colleague up for apparently no reason.
It should be remembered that a hashtag #StopPolicePoliceBrutalityInUganda was created after the events that happened on Tuesday were presidential aspirants were arrested brutally moments after there nominations at Kyambogo grounds in Kampala, Uganda.
In a bid to retaliate against these actions Zabuli called all responsible Ugandans, the youth and elderly, her friends and funs to join hands together in fighting the unjust treatment done by those who are meant to protect the civilians, “These public servants work for us, but who do they answer to? who is supposed to fight for civilians if the government trains the so called public servants only to watch them abuse the office they are put in?” she asked
“Someone has to stand up and fight this police brutality because this is not the Uganda we deserve” she concluded.
Zabuli has been that vocal gospel artist who’s life has rotated around current events as well as influencing many to turn to God through not only music but also sermons , motivation speeches and supporting upcoming artists.