Interview With Ugandan Opposition Leader Bobi Wine

Interview With Ugandan Opposition Leader Bobi Wine

In this interview with "The 77 Percent", musician-turned-opposition leader Bobi Wine explains why the African youth are the drivers of political change and hope for the future.

Andrew H. Sweet
  • In this interview with "The 77 Percent", musician-turned-opposition leader Bobi Wine explains why the African youth are the drivers of political change and hope for the future.
  • Bobi Wine has made waves in Uganda, speaking out against long-time President Yoweri Museveni and police brutality.
  • In an exclusive interview with DW, he explained why African youths are the drivers of political change and his hopes for the future, and how life has been since Museveni was proclaimed the winner of February's presidential elections.
  • He said, "I said it even before the campaigns that we know that the democracy in Uganda has been sapped. We know that all institutions have been disempowered. Yeah, in Uganda, General Museveni is the executive. He is the judiciary, and he is the parliament. But still, we have the people."

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