Will Taxing WhatsApp Users Really Inspire Ugandans To Make Their Own Social-Media Apps?

The minister of ICT is on record saying that the move to tax users of social media is aimed at stirring innovation among Ugandans so that they can develop home-based social media apps.

Will Taxing WhatsApp Users Really Inspire Ugandans To Make Their Own Social-Media Apps?
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