Uganda: Museveni’s Long Walk Draws Mixed Reactions – allAfrica.com

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The 195-km long six-day trek by Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has elicited mixed reactions in the country.

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Babak was working in ICT4D before it had a name (2001), never really left it, and knows how to throw together a pretty mean combination of a wide array of programming languages, both frontend and backend. He brought photomarathons to Africa (2007) and won ...

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