A portion of music’s greatest names, including Chris Martin, Angelique Kidjo and Damon Albarn, have marked a request of requiring the arrival of Bobi Wine, an Ugandan MP and pop star.
The restriction legislator, whose genuine name is Robert Kyagulanyi, has been in detainment for over seven days.
The performers have denounced his “awful” treatment in authority.
Bobi Wine’s legal counselors say he has been genuinely struck in confinement, which the military denies.
The Afrobeats MP confronting Uganda’s long-term pioneer
He is expected to show up under the steady gaze of a military court on Thursday to confront charges identifying with the unlawful ownership of guns.
The request of was begun by Rikki Stein, the previous director for Nigerian music legend Fela Kuti – a valiant commentator of Nigeria’s military administrations amid his lifetime.
“It resembles a re-keep running of Fela. He was frequently beaten for standing up,” he told the BBC.
The in excess of 80 signatories additionally incorporate Nigerian Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka, U2 bassist Adam Clayton, The Pretenders lead vocalist Chrissie Hynde and Genesis lead artist Peter Gabriel.