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Nina Roz advocates for women’s rights through red-clothing protest

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Singer Nina Roz in a photoshoot

Singer Nina Kwakunda, better known by her stage name Nina Roz, has urged fellow women in the country to turn to wearing red-colored clothes as a must as a way of protesting against the injustices against women.

The “Omuliiro” singer made the comments during her performance at Bobi Wine’s older brother, Chairman Nyanzi’s wedding yesterday.

Nyanzi walked down the aisle with his long-term wife, Majorine Katumba in a star-studded ceremony. The reception was held at Freedom City and Nina was amongst the performers. She adorned a beautiful red dress and looked elegant in it.

The Omuliro singer then took to her social media and expressed her gratitude for being amongst the performers for the distinguished guests. She added that women should make it a habit to wear the color red. This will be a signal of the injustices women face in Uganda.

“Women let’s continue wearing the color red as a way of showing the injustices that women face in the country. Also Humbled and grateful to be performing for HIS EXCELLENCY,” she said.

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The singer is one of those musicians who pay her allegiance to Bobi Wine. She also believes that he’s the rightful President of Uganda.

Additionally, Nina has also expressed her desire to join active politics. Being a Sembabule-born citizen, she has previously indicated her desire to run for Parliament and represent her people.

Recently she said that there needs to be a massive overhaul of the country’s leadership. This is because the majority of the current people were born under the ruling regime and nothing has changed yet.

Nina Roz urges Ugandan women to wear red to protest injustices