Uganda’s opposition leader Bobi Wine condemns violent clashes
21 November 2020 | 6:58 pm
Uganda's opposition presidential candidate, Robert Kyagulayni aka Bobi Wine, condemns violent clashes between security forces and his supporters that left at least 37 people dead, marking a violent start to the country's election season.
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