Today, the globally trending documentary film featuring the National Unity Platform party president Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine will be aired in Amsterdam Netherlands, at the International Documentary Film Festival in a place called Podium Mozaiek.
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The development comes just hours after this very film was aired in Germany in a specious theatre where Bobi had gone to interact with global human rights defenders and lawmakers of the Dutch parliament about the prevailing tyranny back home in Uganda.
Despite topping the liberal international media platforms, the film has back home not attracted much press attention, a factor attributed to the authoritarian nature of the Ugandan regime that will likely withdraw a license of any media house that broadcasts or publishes a thing about the film. The film highlights a span of injustices, repression and state brutality unleashed against Bobi, 40, a popstar who challenged Gen. Yoweri Kaguta, 78, a rebel leader who shot his way to state house in a 5 year guerilla war that toppled the Apollo Milton Obote government in 1985.