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ARRESTING BOBI WINE: Photo Of Journalist Sprawled In The Dust Breaks Internet, Reveals The Ugly Experience Behind The News

Being a journalist in Uganda is one of those tasks that are not meant for the faint hearted. From being battered by security personnel to being littered with pepper spray and teargas, to being incarcerated… a Ugandan journalist has seen it all.

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Monday at Busabala was a battlefield between People Power diehards and the police over Bobi Wine’s cancelled concerts.

This means you really had to have the zeal to cover the clash, the faint hearted chickened out!

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A one Nalule Aminah, a journalist with 100.2 Galaxy FM is one woman that made her passion count.

The poor Lady sprawled herself on the ground with her tiny camera, with gun wielding police personnel breathing fire on her neck – all in the name of capturing a shot of police vandalising Bobi Wine’s car.

The photo of Nalule capturing a shot has since broken the internet, with many marvelling at the girl’s bravery and passion for her job, now a risky venture.

Take a look at the picture below, perhaps you may have a better version to tell.

ARRESTING BOBI WINE: Photo Of Journalist Sprawled In The Dust Breaks Internet, Reveals The Ugly Experience Behind The News
Nalule Aminah Sprawled In The Dust
ARRESTING BOBI WINE: Photo Of Journalist Sprawled In The Dust Breaks Internet, Reveals The Ugly Experience Behind The News
Nalule Aminah

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