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“Media Is Not A Government Ownership” – Bobi Wine

After Government issuing warning letters to all Ugandan media houses never and ever host Bobi Wine Live on any TV show or broadcast, this put negative stunts in many Ugandans. However, the Kyadondo East MP trashed all Government protocols while appearing on NTV Uganda.

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NTV Uganda hosted Bobi Wine trashing the letter that the government issued to all Ugandan media houses. But surprisingly, after concluding his show on NTV, all the Media stuff asked for a memorial photo with Bobi Wine and a group photo was taken immediately.

This was a distress to many opposition leaders who regarded this proposal as one of the dictatorial statements passed out. Indeed the singer and husband to the catalyzed first lady, Barbie Kyagulanyi proved that he’s not ready to go astray while insisting his point of being a Ugandan citizen.

At this point, we aren’t yet so sure whether other media houses are ready to stop hosting or interview, the “Freedom” hit singer, Bobi. Therefore, according to close sources, they impugned this statement out though we are not yet sure whether the Government is involved.

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