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Uganda: Let My People Vote – Part I

Popular Ugandan opposition leader Robert Kyagualnyi is the first formidable challenge to the current Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni since he took power in 1986. He represents both an ideological, generational, ethnic and regional challenge to Museveni’s long stranglehold on thew Ugandan society. As Moderator Irene Ikomu, lawyer Irene Ovonji Odida, Makerere lecturer Daniel Ruhweza, journalist Raymond Mujuni, and scholar John Keshon Muhindo admit, Bobi Wine’s effect will last long past this election and unleash a new evolving era of inevitable shift in Ugandan and regional politics.