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Barbie Kyagulanyi graduates from the University of London

Barbie Itungo Kyagulanyi today has yet another reason to celebrate. The mother of five and wife to 2021 presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine has graduated with a Master’s degree in Human Rights at the University of London.

Barbie loves to read and has been using much of her time to acquire more knowledge. She has often made her compassion and desire to exercise and protect human rights clear especially since Bobi Wine joined politics.

Barbie travelled to London to attend the graduation ceremony with her eldest daughter Shalom Namagembe.

While sharing the good news on her social media platforms early on Friday morning which also happened to be International Human Rights day she thanks a few people that have been fundamental in her pursuit for the Master’s degree.

Her husband, NUP Secretary General, Lewis Lubongoya, and Cissy Kiyaga are some of the people she gave a nod to for supporting her challenging academic journey.

Her husband Bobi Wine believes Barbie is such a huge inspiration to the current generation and the next especially the girl child as he took to social media to congratulate her.

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