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Arao AMENY 🇺🇬 (Daughter of Apio) Sep 15
Ugandans in Washington DC came today to see Honorable Robert Kyagulanyi AKA . Proud of us! No matter what language we speak, no matter which town or city we come from, we came together for one reason—people power. I deeply love my people. 🇺🇬
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jakisa kemis bush Sep 20
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The Observer Sep 19
This senior citizen does know the exact time that the self-proclaimed Ghetto President will arrive in the 'ghetto hood', Kamwokya but she's determined to wait for as long as she can to welcome him with flowers 📸
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Edgar.ashaba Sep 19
Andrew mwenda: "Bebe Cool towakana, am telling you travel bag is more expensive than your music career"
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Arao AMENY 🇺🇬 (Daughter of Apio) Sep 16
Honored & humbled to have moderated town hall meeting for |n Diaspora in Washington D.C. with Member of Parliament Honorable Robert Kyagulanyi. I shared with him that I was also 4 yrs old when became president:
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Jannette Mugisha Sep 20
The entire media is awash with fake pictures of military deployments trying to paint a bad picture of regime in and yet its scaring away and Who looses? I think it's time to rethink our priorities as citizens.
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Franchesika📀🎧 Sep 20
Wait a minute Do you think is gettin some tonight🤔 or he is too tired for such things💁‍♀️! !🤨
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Daily Monitor Sep 20
Replying to @DailyMonitor
Security officers were seen beating people gathered at the roadside at Abaita Ababiri along Entebbe-Kampala road
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BBC News Africa Sep 20
"We must get our freedom or die trying" - Ugandan pop star-turned-MP Bobi Wine speaks to reporters after his return from the US. Full story: 🇺🇬
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edge.ug 11h
Ofwono Opondo says he has been receiving death threats from members of the “people power movement” follows MP . “Many of his supporters on social media have been bullies. Personally, I have received threats against my life.”
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BBC News Africa Sep 20
Bobi Wine pictured on flight from Nairobi back to the Ugandan capital Kampala. Plane has just landed at Entebbe airport. Latest updates on BBC Africa Live Page -->
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Bernard Sabiti Sep 19
's work just got harder coz he's gonna have to explain to us how this muzzukulu at Wakaligga stage could afford a Louis Vuitton boda seat
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Carlos Robert 23h
Hey tweeps from Ug... Can somebody DM me her contacts.?
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Ykee Benda Sep 18
Who’s joining me to the airport on Thursday? ..there will be no tear gas Haha...Let’s go welcome the Legend
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Chatham House Africa 14h
“Urban Ugandans are very sympathetic to Wine, however electoral patterns show Uganda is still a heavily rural society and President Museveni still has a significant amount of support in these areas”. Alex Vines on commenting on the return of to Uganda.
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Lizabeth Paulat Sep 19
Wishing my Ugandan friends and colleagues a safe day, free of pink rain. As Bobi Wine returns to Uganda, the government's response will be very telling.
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Gwen Lister 19h
Draconian governments should realise that when they unleash the force and go after political opponents and the media, they don’t neutralise their influence. Quite the contrary. They turn them into heroes.
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Victor K A Sep 19
The Ugandan government should handle the way the Kenyan government handled Raila Odinga. That will result into less publicity.
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Arao AMENY 🇺🇬 (Daughter of Apio) Sep 20
“He who is destined for power does not have to fight for it.” — Ugandan proverb
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Nile_lotus Sep 19
I'm just showing you the mindset of those flooding streets asking for change. Change is good but ask yourself; What are you changing to? I'm so much interested in reading 's plan for Uganda
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