Bobi Wine, Politics in Uganda, Stability and Democracy - Shaka: Extra Time

December 01, 2020 12:30 PM
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The coronavirus lockdown in Uganda “seems to be selective, not everyone is affected the same way,”  says Shaka, when addressing the arrest of Ugandan opposition leader and presidential contender Bobi Wine for violating coronavirus safety guidelines for political campaigns. Paul Ndiho and Shaka Ssali talk about the notion of stability and democracy and what that means in a number of African countries. Shaka also talks about term limits and uses the United States as an example for the peaceful transition of power from one president to the next.