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Uganda's main opposition leader, Bobi Wine, is calling for civil disobedience and a revolution in the country, which has been ruled by President Museveni for 38 years. Wine, a popular musician-turned-politician, expressed concern for his life, stating that he knows the regime is determined to eliminate any challenges.
"I fear for my life because I know that the regime is bent on eliminating all kind of challenges," said Wine.
The next elections in Uganda are not scheduled until 2026, leaving little hope for immediate political change. Wine's call for civil disobedience and a moral uprising reflects his frustration with the current state of affairs in the country.
The star musician-turned-politician called for "civil disobedience, a moral uprising, a revolution" in Uganda.