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然ed, red wine': The meaning of African election symbols
« on: October 19, 2020, 07:28:13 AM »

In our series of letters from African journalists, media and communication trainer Joseph Warungu looks at why colours and symbols are so important in the pursuit of power in Africa as the continent gears up for an election season.

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Remember red red wine? No, not the stuff in a bottle that allows you to unbottle your feelings.

I'm talking about Red Red Wine one of the biggest cover hits by the British reggae group UB40. It reached the number one spot in the UK and the US in 1983.

Thirty-seven years later, Red Red Wine must have a lot of resonance for Ugandan pop star-turned politician Bobi Wine.
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