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Sophie
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Faisal (Bob Daddy) Nov 25
7 Supreme court justices sentenced a Ugandan to 3 years in prison for calling judges "fools" in a petition he had filed against EC, yet none of the killers of the 30+ Ugandans murdered during the Bobi Wine protests has been arrested. We live in strange times indeed...
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Rebecca Enonchong Nov 25
Just a reminder to be considerate of those connecting from Africa. Most Africans pay for every second on internet since they don’t have unlimited data plans. Video uses more bandwidth, so please use sparingly. Thanks!
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Sophie 23h
Tis the season for giving. Created a holiday gift guide with majority and Ugandan brands mostly. Check it out:
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Sophie Nov 26
Included Qwezi Beauty in my holiday gift guide:
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TMS Ruge Nov 26
Worse, they’re licensing international companies to grow and export it. The mindset of our governance just boggles the mind.
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Sophie Nov 26
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Sophie Nov 26
They are not ready!
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Sophie Nov 25
Replying to @AfroBloggers
The politics of food
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ki Nov 25
Good morning! The term “financial literacy” is a gimmick by capitalists to frame poverty as a failure of the individual “illiterate” rather than as the planned outcome of a social order that requires a class of desperate laborers paid only enough to survive their physical prime.
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Kelvin Omukungu Nov 25
NTV just ran a story of a woman who was shot in the back while seated in a coaster heading home. Spinal cord was injured & the bullet is still stuck inside her body. Her lungs are damaged. She may never walk again. Her family needs help. Whoever supports M7 is a disgrace.
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berna namata Nov 25
Dear God, We see what you are doing elsewhere, We pray that you grant us our wish sooner than later. Thank you.Amen. ⁩ ⁦
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Sophie Nov 25
Replying to @dilmandila
Lol happens to me too
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Sophie Nov 24
Replying to @dilmandila
The mind is buzzing?
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Carolyn Nov 24
Less than a week ago this government massacred close to 60 people who still remain nameless faceless John/Jane Does. It’s just really remarkable to me that these sons and daughters of God have remained silent on the whole thing.
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Kelvin Omukungu Nov 24
NTV has done a story on Amos the 15yr old boy the victim of police shooting. The immeasurable pain her mother is going through....her sister. Over the years M7's dictatorship has harmed millions of ugandans on so many fronts. How do you live with urself supporting these people?
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Sophie Nov 24
Clowns. How is this preventing COVID19? Someone explain.
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Fakhrriyyah Nov 24
I just want a 2023 presidential candidate that understands and cherishes the sanctity of human life. Honest to God. You cannot improve the welfare of a people when you do not respect the sanctity of human life.
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Sophie Nov 24
Replying to @Hirolla256
The campaign strategy.
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Sophie Nov 24
Replying to @Hirolla256
Genuinely asking: If everywhere goes people are going to be teargased and shot at, shouldn't the strategy change?
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Sophie Nov 24
Replying to @PeshAhumuza
It's the Book of Fallopians for me 😅
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