Radio WBAI’s Black Star News Show Interviews Uganda's Bobi Wine

the crisis situation in Uganda including the house arrest of Bobi Wine and his wife Barbie.
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Sisters and Brothers, Comrades, please tune in to today's Black Star News show, on WBAI 99.5 New York Radio, (WBAI.org) which will look at the crisis situation in Uganda including the house arrest of Bobi Wine and his wife Barbie.

The show can be heard just below.

Today's theme: S.O.S. For Uganda's Bobi Wine.
 

The first half hour of the show will feature an interview with Ugandan activist Joseph Senyonjo on Uganda’s bloody and rigged Jan. 14, 2021 presidential election by U.S.-backed dictator of 35 years Gen. Yoweri Museveni.

In the second half hour of today's show, presumptive election winner, 38-year-old Afro-beat star turned politician, Bobi Wine and his wife Barbie, who are under house arrest with 500 soldiers surrounding their home and no one allowed in or out speaks with Black Star News Show and other media.

The couple has run out of food and when the U.S. ambassador Natalie Brown tried to visit them she was blocked by Gen. Museveni’s soldiers.

Host Milton Allimadi @allimadi

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