By Ernest Bazanye
Fifty five years.
Fifty five years ago there was no Uganda.
One flag went down another flag went up and now look.
Fifty five years later.
I'm proud of us. I can say I am proud of our history.
I mean, I know we have had a bogus history. It's been shit. These
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