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Uganda: New video for Uganda Elections 2011

The National Democratic Institute partnered with popular Ugandan musician Bobi Wine to release a video encouraging young voters to avoid election violence and to encourage them to report any election irregularities to UgandaWatch2011.

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  • KISEMBO

    Uganda: The opposition leaders pretend to have control over the masses. So they could rally them to vote them into power == they didnot
    they could rally them to demonstrate == so far not possible
    The claim is a rigged elections. However, the opposition assured all that there would never be a rigged election
    Military gear == remember the opposition promised to reigh in with terror. So what should the government have done? Moreover, the same voters saw the military gear, went to vote, they voted the president (NRM), but voted other parties for local leaders. These politicians are on interntional lies, nothing on the graound, save for Kampala and some portion of the main central Uganda.

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