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The popular ‘People Power’ political movement led by the Kyaddondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine has got a new spokes person.

Today morning, Tuesday 7th May, the singer turned Politician together with other People Power members appointed former news anchor Joel Ssenyonyi as their new Spokes Person.

Joel SsenyonyiJoel, who recently resigned his News Anchoring Services to the Nation Media’s NTV Uganda was unveiled during a press conference in Kampala. He also previously worked with Uganda Broadcasting Television (UBC).

It should be noted that Joel Ssenyonyi had shown his political side long time ago, when he participated in a protest that was led by Bobi Wine against Social Media and Mobile Money tax to show dissatisfaction with the taxation policies that was disapproved by many.

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Senyonyi Joel with Bobi Wine and others during a peaceful protest against Social Media and Mobile Money Taxes

He has of late become a critical government policies using his social media page to openly defend Bobo Wine’s activism.

Joel Ssenyonyi spent almost 5 years at NTV and 13 years in total in Ugandan Media having joined UBC TV back in 2006.

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