Indonesian journalist explains how he was named Tito Bosnia

Indonesian journalist explains how he was named Tito Bosnia

Indonesian journalist explains how he was named Tito Bosnia Izvor: N1
Tito Bosnia

Tito Bosnia, an Indonesian journalist, came in the spotlight after social networks' users in Bosnia and the region came across his profiles on Twitter and Instagram. In an interview for N1, he explained the origin of his name.

His name makes a combination of the name of ex-Yugoslavia leader, Josip Broz Tito, and one of its former republics, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

In the interview, Tito reveals the details of how his father got an idea to give him a name that would make him popular a few decades later.

Bosnia is on the list of the countries that Tito wants to visit.

Watch the full interview in the video below:

Izvor: N1

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