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Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine: ‘We are calling for a revolution’ against Museveni

By France24
03 February 2024   |   3:12 am
FRANCE 24 spoke to Uganda's main opposition leader, Robert Kyagulanyi, better known as Bobi Wine. The star musician-turned-politician called for "civil disobedience, a moral uprising, a revolution" in Uganda, which has been ruled for 38 years by President Yoweri Museveni.

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