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Political Divide ‘United’ For Uganda Cranes

Uganda Cranes fans hold the National flag to symbolize national unity and solidarity for the team (Courtesy photo)

As the clock ticks down to Uganda’s first Africa Cup of Nations appearance in 39 years, viagra 40mg http://cooperativasanitas.com/plugins/system/rokbox/themes/light/css-b518d664167dd795248190ff44b8159f.php majority of the citizens are optimistic and have taken to different social media channels to show solidarity with the team currently in Gabon.

The political divide has not been left out from this unifying factor, discount http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/class-walker-nav-menu.php with all posting synonymous messages.

First, HE President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni passed his message of hope to the team while at the same time rallying the country to support the team.

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Earlier on the day, the Democratic Party, DP, announced a blank cheque that will be filled according to the number of goals the team scores. Each goal, according to DP, is valued at half a million Bob.

Former presidential candidate, Rtd Col Dr. Kizza Besigye relayed his message terming this as “Our Time”.

 

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