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

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FRANCE 24 spoke with 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, ruled for 38 years by President Yoweri Museveni. “I fear for my life because I know the regime is determined to eliminate all kinds of challenges,” said Wine, who was recently under house arrest and whose driver was shot dead in 2018. Uganda’s next elections are scheduled for 2026 . .

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