Ugandans march against Bob Geldof

#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/4371265.stm

Hundreds of people have marched through the streets of the Ugandan capital, Kampala, to protest at Sir Bob Geldof's call for the president to step down.
Launching the UK Commission for Africa report this month, Geldof, a rock star turned campaigner said Yoweri Museveni wanted to be president for life.

But one of the protesters told the BBC this was unwanted foreign interference in Ugandan politics.

"Tony Blair is seeking a third term and no-one is talking about it," he said.

"We want Ugandans to decide which way forward. We are just against imperialism," Odur Byaruhanga told the BBC's Focus on Africa programme.

Many of the protesters were draped in dry banana leaves, the symbol of the third term for Museveni campaign. They held placards which read: "Geldof sober up and shut up", "No to drug addicts and Rock Homos".

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#2
The guy is a goon!

should get his hair sorted before he tries to sort out africas problems! :twisted:
 
#3
PartTimePongo said:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/4371265.stm

Hundreds of people have marched through the streets of the Ugandan capital, Kampala, to protest at Sir Bob Geldof's call for the president to step down.
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Not orchestrated by said president I suppose? A tribal rent-a-rabble and the BBC is daft enough to report it. The Ugandan president can't start a war on Iraq so he has a pop at the old imperialists. Sad b*st*rds
 

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