By BigEyeUg Team
In a candid interview on Urban TV’s Rush Talk show this Monday, sensational singer A Pass, Alexander Bagonza opened up about his political aspirations, expressing a preference for a behind-the-scenes role rather than being on the frontline.
During the interview, A Pass acknowledged that while he was well-liked, he had no intentions of pursuing any political positions.
Instead, he revealed a desire to operate from the shadows, orchestrating behind-the-scenes moves rather than actively participating in the forefront of politics.
A Pass, who is a strong subscriber to singer and politician Bobi Wine’s political line, National Unity Platform (NUP), shared his perspective on the potential corrupting nature of power, stating, “I would rather be behind the scenes pulling strings than being on the frontline of politics. Because, at a certain extent, power corrupts absolutely even the nobles.“
A Pass’s comments shed light on his belief that the allure of power can lead to corruption, even among those with noble intentions.
The singer’s inclination towards indirect influence emphasizes a cautious approach to political engagement, reflecting a broader sentiment about the potential pitfalls associated with being in the public eye.
As the interview unfolded, A Pass did not shy away from expressing his views on the challenges of navigating the political landscape, opting instead for a more strategic and less visible role in shaping political outcomes.
Fans and viewers were left intrigued by A Pass’s candid revelations, sparking discussions about the dynamics of power in politics and the potential impact of influential figures choosing to operate from the shadows.
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