Bobi Wine Suspends Presidential Campaign in Uganda After Targeted Attacks

HeadlineDec 02, 2020

In Uganda, presidential candidate Bobi Wine suspended his campaign after members of his team were injured and his car was shot at. Bobi Wine told reporters his campaign team was being “tortured by security institutions,” adding, “Our campaign is affected by police brutality.” The rapper-turned-politician was seeking to unseat President Yoweri Museveni, who’s been in power for 36 years, in next month’s election. According to the government, 54 people have died in protests after Bobi Wine was arrested last month and detained for two days.

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