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‘Bobi Wine: The People’s President’ Wins Big At Peabody Awards

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Singer-turned-politician Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine feels honored to have scooped yet another international accolade for his documentary film ‘Bobi Wine: The People’s President’.
The prestigious global award that he bagged this time around was in the Documentary category of the Peabody Awards‘ 84th Edition which went down on Thursday.
He expressed his gratitude toward the awards organizers for selecting his documentary that exposes President Museveni’s dictatorship and the atrocities that he committed against the people of Uganda during the 2021 general elections.
The documentary beat other similar films that were selected along with it including; 20 Days  In Mariupol, All That Breathes, The Stroll, While We Watched, and All The Beauty And The BloodShed are the films that Bobi Wine’s documentary beat to win Accolade.
Very honored that our documentary film ‘Bobi Wine: The People’s President’ has won yet another prestigious global award — this time in the Documentary category of the Peabody Awards‘ 84th Edition! We are grateful for every opportunity that helps us expose to the global community dictator Museveni’s previously hidden atrocities against the people of Uganda.
We continue calling upon the international community to isolate and sanction all Museveni regime officials involved in perpetrating such gross human rights violations against Ugandans over the past four decades“, He wrote .
It should be recalled that “20 Days In Mariupol” is the documentary film that “Bobi Wine The People’s President” lost to in the Oscars Academy Awards that were held earlier this year.
Congratulations!