Uganda's Bobi Wine says he still stands for justice

Wine was speaking in Washington where he's been treated for injuries he suffered while in custody.

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    Ugandan pop star-turned-opposition politician Bobi Wine says no amount of brutality will stop him from fighting for democracy.

    Wine was speaking in Washington, DC, where he's been treated for injuries he suffered while in custody.

    He and 32 other activists were arrested in Kampala three weeks ago after stones were thrown at the president's convoy.

     

    Al Jazeera's Rosiland Jordan reports.


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