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Bobi Wine Archives - Institute of the Black World 21st Century

Milton Allimadi - February 22, 2020 IBW21 Pan African Unity Dialogue (PAUD) Meeting.

Advice on Africa for the incoming president

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By Milton Allimadi— Dear President-Elect Biden, As a veteran African journalist, I have some insights that may help your administration formulate Africa policy. For starters, I disagree with what your nominee as U.S. ambassador to the UN, Linda Thomas Greenfield — when she was Obama’s assistant secretary of state for Africa — told Shaka Ssali, host of the popular “Straight Talk Africa” program on Voice of America, on Aug. 17, 2016. Greenfield said that while…

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Uganda’s Reggae Star Politician Bobi Wine Wants a Revolution

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By: ARYN BAKER/KAMPALA, UGANDA— To find the most famous musician in Uganda, simply punch his name into uber. If you follow directions to Bobi Wine Residence or Bobi Wine Road, you’ll eventually find yourself on a rutted mud track that winds through the remnants of an old banana plantation on the fringes of the Ugandan capital, Kampala. When TIME visits in September 2019, the man himself greets us at his…

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Member of parliament and musician Bobi Wine says there are still 40 million people living under oppression, and domination, and under dictatorship in Uganda.

Jamaica: Uganda Activist Bobi Wine Says He Is Still State Enemy

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The politician and freedom fighter said reggae music has helped to influence him to fight against colonial afflictions while growing up in the ghettos of Uganda. By teleSur — Member of parliament, freedom fighter and artist Bobi Wine traveled 36 hours to Jamaica, the politician says, to be able to spread his musical message to his fellow Ugandans and the rest of the world. Bobi Wine made the remark while…

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