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    Social Media Offers Young Voices a Platform During Uganda Election Campaignsi
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    February 17, 2016 8:00 PM
    Social media has become an important platform for Ugandans to talk about politics and the state of the nation. Political parties have embraced the use of new media platforms to spread their message. Others use it to spread a message of peace. Serginho Roosblad has more from Kampala.

    Social Media Offers Young Voices a Platform During Uganda Election Campaigns

    Published February 17, 2016

    Social media has become an important platform for Ugandans to talk about politics and the state of the nation. Political parties have embraced the use of new media platforms to spread their message. Others use it to spread a message of peace. Serginho Roosblad has more from Kampala.


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