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The Craziest and Funniest Acts by Ugandan Politicians, Including Museveni

A good number of the best comedians are holding public office, with most masquerading as great politicians yet they are most at home making us laugh.

The Craziest and Funniest Acts by Ugandan Politicians, Including Museveni
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