The Stream – Bobi Wine: The road from poverty to parliament

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Ugandan musician, entrepreneur, activist and self-appointed “ghetto president” Bobi Wine has found much success in using songs to speak out against what he sees as injustices in his country. But can he find the same success in electoral politics? The newly sworn-in member of parliament says he wants to inspire more young people to get politically engaged in a country where about 80% of the population is under the age of 35.

On this episode of The Stream, we’ll speak to:

Bobi Wine @HEBobiWine
Musician and Ugandan MP

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On the Stream: A conversation with Ugandan musician turned MP Bobi Wine.

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Comments

fai Muzeeyi says:

HE Mr President Bobi Wine… Respect to you

ssemanda jamada says:

Mr president my President am on ur side 100%and I will always stand with u till die

Yasin Ntume says:

Born to be a leader bobi trust in God everything is possible we shall prevail

Papito Aman says:

Hope he ready to fight the corrupted in his government who are puppets of imperialistic governments.

kato siraje says:

Yeah he is nice guy

Ryan Edward says:

100% sent from heaven to ghetto to parliament

grIm Sincere says:

HE WILL BE KILLED. THE WHITE MAN IS AFTER US.

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