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"kampala" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:29 min | 4 months ago

"kampala" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Come from america and a live in europe now and and there's not a lot of like super horrible lee dramatic you know so. There are no wars. There's no Famine. there's no like anything. Like i generally live in. You know. I don't know first world countries and so i'm wondering like did what are some of the circumstances that you're you're talking about but also how has that affected the Production of art and the engagement with art challenges that we have is that our government switched over the internet because we had elections into the in the intact country and then they return the internet but no social media so this call we are on is many is a social media category which we we have to use a vpn notre to access. So every time. I'm speaking to you that vpn times out and then it has loaded again something. So these are some of the challenges that an attitude will have. There's a lot of gray area. There's no policy on ad in uganda. So there's no saville's appropriation again. It's like a bubble. That's how i manage to do what. I do in a place like this because i am able to wake up and do you know. There's no restrictions per se. Because nobody understands what it is that we're doing here. It has its good pets as it was. Perhaps i wouldn't be doing when do because then it will become bureaucratic all right back to the the fact that you run in art gallery in uganda. I'm always interested in a lot of people say like americans by american artists european by european artists and and it's only those few unique collectors that sort of you know. Choose to collect asian or african art or some so basically someplace where they don't live or is there heritage so when it comes to your collectors and you're you're the people that you sell your your artists works to are they. Do you find that there are mostly African or are there people all over the world collecting for from you bit of both. But since twenty twenty with a pandemic we gotta sachin in black collectors mostly from the us but we've been selling out to african collectors on the continent and a lot of major collection putting together a collection of contemporary african at will been selling to them but Twenty twenty brought in individuals who are in the us will create collecting and that led to more individuals from pretty much all over. The world is sold to collectors in brazil in rio de janeiro in japan middle east and in europe and i.

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How vaccine inequality is endangering the world

BBC World Service

05:23 min | 5 months ago

How vaccine inequality is endangering the world

"With that anniversary one year ago today when the World Health Organization officially declared the covert 19 outbreak, a worldwide pandemic when a year on and 2.6 million people have died worldwide, and the economy is in tatters. There is also hope, because Kobe vaccination drives under way more than 100 countries with more than 300 million doses of ministered, but who gets vaccinated, for example, there around 80 million refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people worldwide. Will they be included in vaccination plans where they live? Filippo Grandi is the U. N High Commissioner for Refugees and his current in Uganda. When I spoke to him, he started by telling me what impact the pandemic and lockdowns have had on refugees. Where I think the impact is severe and will be even more severe is more on the economic side and in lockdowns, which prevail all over the world. We've seen an escalation off poverty if you wish in refugee and displaced community all over the world from Lebanon, Toe black in America, the Venezuelans toe Afghans in South Asia and so forth, So this is really the key challenge that we have to face now. We know that the key to getting out of the pandemic. His vaccination aren't refugees at the end of the list of people who are going to get vaccinated or too often, well, that was very much our concern, especially refugees. Refugees are not nationals off the country's they're in, and we were worried that because of that they would be marginalized. You know, there's been some good developments. I am in Uganda is speaking to you from Kampala and here, for example, today the vaccination begins. I was with the acting prime minister this morning He was going to be vaccinated and he was keen to tell me refugees will be included. There's no question about that. You can the host 1.5 million refugees. Almost the pandemic has the underlying the inequalities that disparities Throughout the world on one of those is that the richer Western countries of vaccinating at a much higher rate than poorer countries, and yet so many of the world's refugees, Aaron places Like where you are right now, you can do that slower roll out in places like Uganda is undoubtedly going to effect refugees, isn't it? You're absolutely right. George. Vaccination programs have to exist and to be rolled out to include refugees, and this is where really the enormous inequality of the international system has appeared. Very carries. The tent of March is the first day that you can to a nation of more than 40 Million people is receiving its first vaccine when in rich countries. This has been going on for several months. So this inequality is blatant. This needs to be corrected. We are active as an organization in those initiatives that aimed at securing a minimum amount of doses. For poor countries and our role there is to ensure that some of those does is go to the refugees as well. But frankly speaking, that effort is not enough to correct that huge imbalance which is really short sighted. It's not only wrong, it's shortsighted. It's a bit like refugees and nationals in the country if people in poor countries do not get vaccination. This is a global issue. It will backfire everywhere else so then more vaccines and needed and more needs to be done to deal with, as you say, the social impact of the pandemic on Refugees in particular. He's a difficult questions, and there aren't presumably easy solutions to them. But what are a couple of things that could should be done to make progress in this sense from the very beginning off the pandemic? I've reached out personally to the leadership of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. These institutions have led The establishment off economic rescue packages for countries impacted by Corbett and lockdowns, and my message to them has bean first of all to accelerate. The disbursement of those packages so that this country's are more protected, but also to ensure that vulnerable groups are included actually are considered as a factor to increase those packages. In other words, take Uganda again. Uganda is negotiating. If I understand with the I m F one such package and the message that I will pass through the eye, meth and other similar institutions is remembered. Uganda has what 40 45 million people. It's national population. It has almost 1.5 million refugees. These needs to be factored in, especially in countries like you can that that are very inclusive that include refugees in education programs in health programs that extend to them efforts to create livelihoods. This additional burden that these countries have needs to be considered when this economic packages are rolled out. This is not always the case. Look at Lebanon, for example, where one in four people is a refugee. This huge political tension in Lebanon over this refugee issue. I'm very worried that rescue packages being rolled out and Lebanon has many challenges may not include refugees, and this would be catastrophic for this huge, vulnerable population in that particular country, And this example is valid in other countries as well. So yes, More complex, I would say even then the vaccination inclusion.

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Uganda Election Marred by Violence

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:27 min | 6 months ago

Uganda Election Marred by Violence

"Uganda is a young country. Many if not most of its citizens have known of the leader. The nari savini who has held uganda's presidency since he first seized it in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. But any ugandans wanting to see a change at the top are going to have to wait a while longer earlier this week. Musevenei was declared the winner of uganda's latest presidential election convincingly defeating his main rival. Bobby wine a pop star who has leveraged his popularity among uganda's youth into a political movement. The election campaign was violent. Dozens of people were killed. The election itself is perhaps legitimacy they were no international observers. Either or both because ugandan authorities refused to accredit will because they recommendations had been ignored on previous occasions. The internet was shot off the authoritarian over each did not cease after president. Musevini's victory was officially confirmed. Bobby wine was placed under house arrest confined to his kampala home by the army. Musevenei commands if uganda has to resign itself to another five years of yari musevenei. What is the best. It can hopeful. All might bobby wine and the generation he represents actually have been strengthened by this loss. desk.

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"kampala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"kampala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kampala. The place was packed with election observers, diplomats and journalists, all waiting to hear the final results of Uganda's presidential election. Electoral Commission Chairman Simon Will Ginia Biba Comma declared the results they commission weighs seven. Elected president, profitable banner that they'll just like that, after more than 30 years in power and come it, president you every move 71 another five years in office. He captured 58% of the vote, according to Uganda's Electoral Commission. Members of the president's party cheered and danced after hearing the news in Kampala's Google Obi Market. Sam Catto Casa is wearing a bright yellow shirt with President Moose seventies face on it. He's here getting his shoes shined. If you go to hospital, something from them fitted, the 57 year old says the president has done good things. Providing free health care and immunization programs, But he's in the minority here in Kampala, more than 70% of voters in the capital city picked Robert chuckled Lonnie, also known as Bobby Wine. That's who. Muhammadu 10. You have voted for the 26 year old runs, a food stall, selling beans and to potty, a local fried bread. And today he's feeling down. People expected.

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Uganda's President Fends Off Opposition In Contested Election

PRI's The World

02:50 min | 7 months ago

Uganda's President Fends Off Opposition In Contested Election

"In uganda. Election officials are counting the votes from yesterday's presidential election the incumbent president yar Seventy appears to have taken an early lead but the leading opposition candidate. Pop singer turned politician. Bobby wine is alleging fraud. He also said today that his home is under siege by government troops. The world's lima candy is in uganda's capital compiler. Were seeking to her by phone honeymoon. I know you spoke earlier. Today with bobby wine. What did he have to say. Yes. so today. Visited his home I have to is surrounded by the military They've they've essentially set up a checkpoint right in front of his home Enter keeping tabs on who enters and leaves And he thought it's been like that for at least a week that heavy police presence And when it comes to the election he essentially called it a sham. The election results are still being being counted. The final is ultimately come out until tomorrow but he said many of his election observers from his party when able to actually access polling stations yesterday. And there's a big question about whether the actual pulling results from across the country if that's actually be sent the national telling center here in kampala. Election results were expected to come out tomorrow. What's the government saying about the process. I won't be electoral commission which runs the election has been saying that due process is going smoothly that there really aren't big problems I mean again. Election votes are still being counted. And again remember. There's no internet so all hearing results being announced by the electoral commission About different areas in the country. We still haven't heard election results from senior some colin and surrounding area. I mean that's going to consider area. Where bobby wine has a lot of support so some people i spoke with Don't really feel confident in election. Because of that because they haven't seen results come from here we are now And also because there's no internet roll the lying on radio and tv and these are the that information is coming from. The elect electoral commission directly. Is there internet. Because there's no internet or is it because the government shutdown good question. I haven't heard the government say specifically directly that they're the ones who shut shut it down but i mean uganda's a developed country. I've been hearing multiple times with few problems with my internet. So the question is who who else could could do that That's earlier this week. President did admit that the government had restricted social media. So it is a far cry to to suggest that the government was the one that shut down the internet But they haven't said that directly and yes. The internet is shut shut down. Shut down shut

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'The world is watching': Ugandans vote in tense election

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

'The world is watching': Ugandans vote in tense election

"Kohl's had closed and you can this presidential election tainted by widespread violence that some fear could escalate as security forces tried to stop supporters of the main opposition needed Bobby wine from munching cutting stations faces came out in force even the internet was cut off along the lines of faces snaked into the distance and the capital Kampala local coordinates Eric Matanga said voting went better than expected it's been quite North Dakota click expected I displayed press enter I think everything's mostly global health is a leader of the wine of life to the cheers of the crowd in cost of products he made the sign of the cross in may fifth distance mild wind told local Brokaw said that he will win although it may not be officially acknowledged by the Election Commission regardless of the artists the people of Uganda war we have been calling upon all alone to take charge of their future to take charge of this election I'm Karen Thomas

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"kampala" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"kampala" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Is supposed to meet garage. Supposing you get vehicle You can still dream in Uganda. You we have considered him in Uganda. But if I tell you at my age and the way I work, I wouldn't be only having this. He deserves better. He says Uganda deserves better. He says In the past, he didn't care much for politics. But this time he made sure to stop by his polling station to pick up his registration. Why? Because I still have hope that maybe this time round things might change. Maybe this time, he says young people can change Uganda. Later. Peralta NPR NEWS KAMPALA Oh, You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. You're listening to 90.3 K A Z. You and Kay's ew dot or gui, our NPR for the Monterey Bay area. Support for Casey, You comes from K Ioan.

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Uganda's Elections: Singer Bobi Wine Takes on President Yoweri Museveni

PRI's The World

04:54 min | 7 months ago

Uganda's Elections: Singer Bobi Wine Takes on President Yoweri Museveni

"On thursday millions of ugandans will go to the polls to vote for president at the helm is the incumbent yoweri museveni a former guerrilla fighter who ousted to dictators. He's now been in power for more than thirty years. Mid seventy s up against a number of candidates but the man the forefront is a singer and politician. Bobby wine the world. Africa correspondent halimi. Condie is in uganda's capital kampala. So the votes coming up in a couple of days lima. What is the pre-election atmosphere like this has been an election. That people have been watching. Because it's so symbolic of what seems to be happening in the region. You have a young population against kind of the old guard on one hand. President mu seventy and his campaign. Slogan has been secure. Your future and on the other side is Somebody half his age. Bobby wine and his slogan has been new. Uganda and not kind of seems to be the crux of what we're hearing people say but other than that there have been real logistical challenges here namely slow down at the internet and restrictions on social media in fact during a presidential address today president seven actually admitted that the government was blocking or restricting access to social media platforms like facebook that impacts ordinary people as well as journalists like myself. There are also concerns about violence. What are people worried about specifically violence from security forces as well as excessive force. We've seen dozen at least dozens of people at demonstrations or caught in the crosshairs of demonstrations who have been killed Especially a couple months back and this is also impacting manley. Opposition leaders like bobby wine as well as members of his party and other opposition parties in fact during an interview this morning with a local kenyan radio station bobby wine was interrupted and this is what he had to say. Some sorry. i'm even right now as we speak being raided by the msci to end the interview. Because i can't see between my security. God what would that is pretty dramatic. Yeah and this isn't the first time last week i was on a press. Call with bobby wine and the same thing happened. During the middle of the interview you see security officials essentially pulling him out of the vehicle and this has kind of characterize this entire campaign season here. And i spoke with one human rights lawyer here. His name is peter mccullough and he works with chapter for uganda which is an ngo and this is what he had to say about. This election from bisham. Our rights perspective has been at beat of high-handedness torture harassed. A number of cases have been reported where people have disappeared and asmatullah. Okay where does seem to be coming from. And he says that all signs point to the top as an president museveni so what has been the government's response to this violence and these allegations against president and seventy. It's been singing unapologetic. I mean the government has really mostly accused the opposition at being the these troublemakers of undermining the election of inciting people to go against the election of ignoring covert health regulations that we've seen that have essentially restricted in person. Campaigning today spoke with a government spokesperson. If one opponent oh and this is what he had to say about members of the opposition or pushing granted they think that simply by virtue of being a presidential candidate. Some rules don't apply to you. Traffic rules apply one hundred percent. So i won't drive recklessly. You'll be stopped by traffic police and a tragedy. What he's talking about there is if you're here in kampala. What you'll see or rather what will here first or these trucks zooming around blasting music and campaign slogans but many pointed out that these rules aren't being applied equally these rules that are extensively for kovac reasons. I e limiting in person contact are actually only impacting certain people in this campaign are. That's that's the allegation and finally helium. What ordinary ugandans you meet on the streets as you walk around. What are they saying about this election. Really the biggest concern. I'd seen on. All sides is about violence and insecurity and this is something i hear expressed on the radio and on tv. Some people have actually left paula to go vote in their rural homes but also because they want to be away from kampala. This is a center of support for bobby wine. So if the election swings in the opposite direction we could see demonstrations or protests against the the outcome followed by heavy crackdown and today president. Mu seventy warned against any disruption and said. The army is strong. The army can protect people. The army is here. The question is is that reassuring for people or is that going to be something that scares people and keeps them at home. The world's halima condie speaking with us from kampala. The ugandan capital. Thanks very much. Could speak anki

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Uganda elections 2021: Social media blocked ahead of poll

BBC Newshour

00:59 min | 7 months ago

Uganda elections 2021: Social media blocked ahead of poll

"The main opposition candidate in Uganda's presidential election, Bobby Wine, has urged his supporters to turn out in large numbers to protect the vote from rigging. Uganda's media regulator has ordered service providers to shut down social media ahead of Thursday's pole and the authorities are introducing a raft of security measures on voting day. Patients had to hire a reports from Kampala police said that fuel tankers vehicles carrying explosives on any other heavy Lorries will not be allowed in the center of the capital Kampala on polling day. They've worried that such materials could be used by protesters. Roadside bugging of God's will also be blocked in Kampala last week. Uganda police Chief Martino Chula ones that anyone who ferments trouble during the elections will rue the day they were born. In November rights broke out when presidential candidate will be wine was arrested at a campaign rally. The deployment of security forces during elections, ostensibly to maintain peace, has been criticized as voter intimidation.

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Uganda's Museveni Faces Tough Challenge In Presidential Election

Morning Edition

06:52 min | 7 months ago

Uganda's Museveni Faces Tough Challenge In Presidential Election

"New seven E, who has been in power for 35 years. Is facing a strong challenge from Bobby Wine. Ah young singer turned politician who's half his age. MPR's Africa correspondent later Peralta is in Uganda's capital of Kampala. And he interviewed the president and he joins us Now with this exclusive and ater. Where did you meet the president? So we met at his ranch in she. SOC, which is about a five hour drive from Kampala and his cows were grazing in the distance. And you know, he came in making jokes. He was carrying a travel mug and wearing his signature broad brimmed hat, and we sat under this big tree to talk. Guess before we dive in. Can you tell us a little bit more about him? Yes. So he helped topple to dictators in the seventies and eighties. But now he has been in power. Since 1986. Uganda has changed the Constitution twice to allow him to stay in power, and he is now running for a six term in office. The election is on Thursday. So I started with a pretty simple question. What is it that you haven't accomplished in 35 years? You plan to accomplish this time around and as most 70 is bound to do, he gave me a history lesson and colonialism. And he said that he wants to work to bend the arc of history on the continent, including to change what he said was a culture of not working hard. Not with this huge continent. With a small population. Has a good Mentality for its people. They don't have to work hard. No, this would be the struggle week. These know it all. Promotes. I don't know. Because in other parts of the world People are pressure to work either by the environment. Which is horse died. Oh, by competition between man and man, But here Fool's gonna survive. Don't tell that really harsh thing to say about you just recorded to record that is really harsh, so he didn't talk about a five point plan about issues like building roads or improving schools. No. I think he was insulted by the question because he said that it implied that he should leave office after 35 years. He says that he's trying to accomplish historical things, and he looked to George Washington as a model. The Americans are the most powerful country in the history of man. I want to do. What Washington did work for the economic and, in some cases, even political integration of Africa. So using the United States is an example. You and here I told President Museveni, the George Washington gave up power after eight years to make a point that the American presidency was not a lifetime appointment, and 70 argued that Washington could leave because the American electorate and its economic system was more sophisticated when the social direction Over society. Is already set. It would have been run it. Probably with you know, kids, the dentition is not set. So it's very risky, very risky age, actually, from the lack of seriousness off those who talk the way you were talking That you you just go. Just go. People don't know whether the world North or South And you see you just go. Yes, if before already clear that the direction is the North. David. The body's no longer There's no more argument about that. Then anybody thunder candidate. I can see it now. You know the way that you go. But your people are smart and they're entrepreneur Ng and I mean to to be totally honest here. I think what you're saying sounds really condescending toward your It's not under city. It is a struggle to J. A society which we know where Which, of course you don't know very well. Hmm. So transition is risky, he's saying but later what does his record after 35 years actually show Hey, look, there's no denying that most 70 has brought peace to Uganda. There's a saying in the rural parts that suffered tremendously under the terror of the L. A raise Joseph Kony. But at least they can sleep. But look, Uganda is still deeply poor and corruption is endemic. And I asked him specifically about his foreign minister. A few years ago, the FBI found that he took a $500,000 bribe from a Chinese businessman. You know, after they looked through some emails of hiss yet Sam Kutesa is still one of president was seventies. Most trusted men. What do you tell Ugandans who see this pass by and you don't fire your foreign minister? That one is is terrible. I have not read it. But what I read it on. I really I despised And Condemning or policy. It's I'm happy to send you the indictment, which has the email in it, you can reuse do But look, The truth is he has had years to read this, so he must have known about this. Okay Elections, as we've mentioned are on Thursday. Is he campaigning? He is He's everywhere in Uganda, but he did still take the time to drag me around his farm to show me his cows. Yeah. These and these cows or his prized possessions, and you know they're beautiful, and he has 10,000 of these cows. But as he was walking away, he wanted to explain what made him different from his young opponent, he says. Bobby Wine is too focused on the lumpen proletariat or the thoughtless masses because what you do with the money the income generated by the By us the farmers. The industry's That would happen Who would head up in the ghetto people? Hmm? So he's saying if you can't hear it, that it is the rich like him, who will help the ghetto people. And this is coming from a man who has 10,000 cows in a country where many people eat meat for special occasions. Maybe for Christmas or for ead. This is so fascinating. Aitor will have more of your interview later today. What will be here? So we will ask him about elections will talk about his opponent and why security forces have reacted so violently to protests. And maybe it won't surprise you. But President was seven E is unrepentant. That's NPR's ater Peralta. Thank you later. Thank you, Tanya.

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Miami Local News - Tom Brady Expected To Choose Tampa Bay Buccaneers

SportsCenter AllNight

06:26 min | 1 year ago

Miami Local News - Tom Brady Expected To Choose Tampa Bay Buccaneers

"And of course Tuesday was dominated by D. B. M. Q. B. they begin with a social media post from Tom Brady thank you New England for twenty years as the day began to wrap up word would come that Tom Brady would be heading south time for straight talk brought you by straight talk wireless it's Tampa Bay that's the expected landing spot for Tom Brady the the official announcement still to come the Brady expected to be a buccaneer ESPN's Jeff Darlington this kind of is because it goes back a little bit in February when the Buccaneers behind the scene started to realize and recognize that Tom Brady was also serious about entering free agency something the sports world couldn't get their minds around but the box early in realizing that it was real so fast forward to this day and I I I'm actually not all that surprised I I the sources close to him that I'm familiar with it have always indicated that what really really appealed to Tom Brady right now at this stage of his life is the autonomy that he's never had the true ability to say I am in charge of me I'll choose where I wish to be what ultimately was most important to him as he was making this choice for the first time well first of all that's a great point I think that the idea that he was running away from something in New England is very true but at the same time I think he loved the idea of chasing after something new and I think both of those things can be true in that regard he was looking at a number of different elements here too he was looking at trying to be with a coach who is maybe more collaborative not trying to be the general manager of the office reported but just maybe have a little bit more input also wanted a roster that maybe had those offense of weapons to reinvigorate himself and then two other factors maybe to some people warm weather actually like the idea of warm weather and the second thing was proximity to New York City for personal reasons and family reasons so they checked a lot of the boxes in Kampala and that's when it really to me when I started to recognize what he was looking for was when Tampa really started to make sense the news of Brady heading to Tampa Bay coming on the heels of Brady saying goodbye to the patriots in a series of posts on Instagram Tuesday which ended his twenty year run in New England ESPN analyst Steve young we got a guy that I think really wants to enjoy the last little bit of his career get with Bruce Arians who I I was a student you check into my career you know mood shows a lot of fun it was really that was the best antidote for the end of a career because you kind of it kind of grows a little guy I don't have the coast tell the same thing and so Bruce Arians is perfect for the situation so granted that's what you get is Tom Brady I think you'll see a guy joyful he loves football and have seen him love it in a unique way no I didn't get to see Tom Brady love it in a unique Tom Brady way that's not you know and that's what it was all positive for the pages of president we get that but I guess I think given tomorrow when he gets introduce is going to be just a joyful happy guy with a great coach have a great time I think more than anything it's Tom celebrating the right to go beam for true free agent I just finally got a place where a coach can could have a lot of fun and okay so what I'm hearing you say is this is gonna be fun for Brady but I mean ultimately for buccaneer fans that think it's gonna be fun for them like are they selling themselves a bill of goods because we are talking about a guy who's forty three he's not thirty five thirty six thirty seven I think the idea of the house Scott you have to kind of James was was reckless yeah he also was very productive yes you want to started to move on and I think you've got to save yourself we can get that productivity special to pull out of the play action game with the talent that we have a Mike Evans and others we can get that production out of Tom Brady even though we recognize there is in decline and that we can bless and we leave behind the recklessness and look at all of the seven point games that we lost under seven and under with nine games they lost by any state can Tom Brady win those games and I think you have a tough time saying no we can't this is not a set deal is not a team that's Super Bowl ready by area you know I get that but it's a vast racial from the box from Tom Brady and they're gonna mix it in and I think a lot of fun enjoyable self comes out worth noting what we're talking about the Buccaneers after his time in the USFL Steve young was a quarterback for the Buccaneers Tampa Bay then drafted many Testaverde because they thought young was going to be a bust Steve young all of him while Brady is heading to Tampa Bay there's also the departure from New England ESPN's Adam Schefter this signs all along the breadcrumbs laid out of Foxboro there was nothing that took place within the last seven eight months that would lead you to believe that Tom Brady was going to return to New England again let's keep it all in mind let's go back and retrieve some history he voided his contract which actually voice today is the day that the last two years on the deal void he said up to avoid that way she said it up to become a free agent there were no substantial of contract talks at all between the New England Patriots in Tom Brady despite the fact that there's been speculation that there would be that the patriots will construct never happened Tom Brady was open minded about leaving New England and basically exploring what was out there listening to other teams yesterday the negotiating period opened it was the first day he was allowed to hear from other teams he believes that he is far enough along to make the decision that I'm not gonna go back to doing which tells you that he had to be in this spot all along and he had to know that when he was walking off that field in Foxboro after the playoff loss to Tennessee he had to know his mind at that point in time that there was a real possibility that he would not be returning there as the quarterback of the New England Patriots I don't think this is a football decision only I think this is a life decision this is a decision involves him his wife his children his family his lifestyle his TB twelve models it goes beyond just football and someone said last week why is there tension wires are just why did you want to leave New England and I don't think it's a negative situation this is a group that was together for twenty years the one six super bowls that accomplish more than any combination in the history

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New year, new headache for queen with Harry and Meghan rift

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

New year, new headache for queen with Harry and Meghan rift

"As a British media went into meltdown the royal matriarch moved quickly to take back control boarding court she is to sort out a future role for the couple within days it is about who assumes the throne in nineteen fifty two has weathered family crisis before and is determined not to let her rest this grand son and granddaughter indoor we can the house a win so or undermine the monarchy representatives of the queen Harry and my again how is for the prince Charles an older brother prince William were holding talks over the couple's unorthodox declaration of independence you can media reported that the queen wants a solution found before Harris nexus scheduled public appearance and rugby event about Kampala's next Thursday there is shockingly non them

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Queen Elizabeth II to admit 'bumpy' year in Christmas speech

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Queen Elizabeth II to admit 'bumpy' year in Christmas speech

"Queen Elizabeth the second plastic knowledge of that both Britain and her family have enjoyed a difficult here was saying doing a Christmas message that he has been a bumpy time I'm sorry Shockley in London the pre recorded message will be brought calls in Britain and the Commonwealth of nations on Christmas day it was recorded before the queen's husband prince Phillip was hospitalized in lawn then as a precautionary measure except release web Kampala's before the speech show the queen admits difficulties during the course of the year she's thought to referring both to Britain's torturous pops out of the European Union and to the royal family's setbacks the problems of facing the queens of family this year included prince Andrew's retreat from public duties because disasters TV interview in which he defended his friendship with Jeffrey obscene the family has also and your to a public rift between prince William and prince Harry

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Uganda's Solution For Treating Extreme Pain

Short Wave

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Uganda's Solution For Treating Extreme Pain

"In the US. Drugmakers have flooded the country with these powerful. We're foles sophisticated opioids that are at the center of the OPIOID epidemic. That's the US opioid crisis. Right but in Uganda and in fact in a lot of African countries for years they've been dealing with their own opioid crisis. which is the opposite issue patients? There don't have enough access to major painkillers. Why is is a combination of governments not spending on it not making it a priority which when it comes to an internationally controlled narcotic substance? There's a lot of red tape. So there's not many options beyond simple painkillers. Like ibuprofen seat him in offend a lot of tylenol. That's not usually enough for people in extreme pain like from cancer. It's GonNa feel so so horrible you just sometimes it's kind of been just end up paying undue like please get me through these. Please get me through this. Justin Anga has breast cancer. Hurt then metastasized. I met her at Hospice Center in Kampala. A tumor had reached her spinal cord just thirty years old but she's lost so much weight. She looks like she could be twelve. That's that's rough. Yeah really awful pain. But then a nurse gave Justina dose of Uganda's Goto solution drinkable liquid. Morphine she says the pain was gone in a matter of hours. A wind and the tone may good city game and I just drifted We do morning from Lake. Wow extra slipped to morning okay. So liquid morphine. That's I mean that's an opioid that can be addictive right. Yes but in Uganda. Health officials say they've figured out a system for how to use it effectively cheaply and safely safely to treat pain. So today on shortwave. Managing Pain in Uganda. We hear about this simple solution that they've come up with drinkable liquid morphine. It's been life changing for patients in terrible pain and not just in Uganda. It's a model that a lot of countries throughout Africa are looking to as a way to bring pain relief.

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Explainer 185: Bobi Wines red beret

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:56 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 185: Bobi Wines red beret

"The current experiences of the United States should you would think they'd all nations for roll time from allowing celebrities usually entertainers or sports folk loose in the political sphere. It should of course be noted that the US is not not presently unique in succumbing to this fully Ukraine's. President is a comedian Liberia's of football Pakistan's. Prime Minister is a cricketer later. Dozens of lesser offices around the world are held by people who were helped into them buying name recognition acquired in other fields. Well let me tell you something. The answer is clear for the people to win. Politics as usual must lose so things considered it is not that all surprising that a popstar should fancy himself president Uganda Amazon Robert Trigger Alani Santana who performs under the name bobby wine was elected elected to Uganda's parliament in two thousand seventeen he stood as an independent in a by election in Dondo East and one big. I've come the parliament at a very sensitive time. I've just taken an oath to defend resolve and protect the constitution of the Republic Sleep of Uganda and that is going to be my major major goal right now since then wine has positioned himself for the next presidential election due in two thousand and twenty one among the symbols identifying his movement is the red beret worn by whine and his appearance it bears an emblem of of a clenched fist over a map of Uganda and the Motto People Power Our power but not for much longer if a new rule announced by Uganda's the government is observed a useful regulation has been discovered under which it is against the law for civilians to sport military clothing and some units of the Ganden People's defence force notably its military police wear red berries therefore the wearing of the red beret by non soldiers is henceforth punishable by up to five years in the clink. Bobi wine is among those skeptical that this decision is exclusively motivated by a desire to protect the integrity of the Ugandan army's insignia. It is wind said a sham. It is a blatant attempt to suffocate a successful threat to the autocratic status quo. This is pretty obviously correct. It also prompt the interesting question of exactly Walt Uganda's powers that be scared off at which point joint a recap of Uganda's powers that be or more accurately is this area peaceful full in spite of the nobody would start with a piece of Uganda Yoweri Musevenei now seventy five has been president of Uganda since one thousand nine hundred eighty six and plans to run again in two thousand and twenty one by the standards of Ugandan presidents most of any hasn't done a bad job but those standards were set by Idi Amin and Milton Obote both mad and terrible men Mussolini any to his credit played a considerable role in toppling both however as is invariably the case with overstaying and under challenged leaders. Musevenei has become complacent and his government corrupt Transparency International's global corruption index ranks Uganda slightly less bent than as a John which is basically owned by one family and slightly more so than the Central African Republic which is barely governed at all Uganda's population is young young more than three quarters of its people have been born during Musevini's rule and did he is restless certainly sufficiently so to take its chances with sorry pop singer. It's what they bring me. Wine can and claim reasonably that the leap from musician to politician is not in his case a long one. He has been keen campaigner on several issues and many the songs he has recorded in his studio in Cam. What you're a disheveled neighborhood of Kampala have addressed social injustice to the extent that in August he he was charged with intending to alarm annoy or ridicule President Musevini. Yeah this is not the only legal jeopardy presently hanging over wine he also faces charges of incitement to violence and treason and potentially a life sentence. If convicted wine claims that these charges are politically motivated and it would be very far from the first time that Musevini the people acting on his behalf have attempted to arrest opponents into submission invoking article twenty nine of the Constitution. We've got Dante's every citizen the right to assemble and demonstrate we are going to do this peacefully and take me on on the clube wine says he and his supporters. I will continue to wear the red beret. This is arguably a missed opportunity wine cooed by choosing something else. Just striking have have highlighted the silliness of Viennese edict and jettison the baggage associated with this particular item of Hillary in non-military circles. St Red Berry is an almost invariable choice of revolutionary posers and or populist scoundrels from Hugo Chavez in Venezuela to Julius Melena. Amo in South Africa wine would be within his rights admittedly to retort that it costs more of a dash than the disheveled floppy brimmed Bush hat long favored favored by Mussolini and also if it comes to a rap battle on the strength of Musevini's endeavors in this realm wine will up. I'm monocle twenty four amount.

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El Salvador, Taiwan break ties as China isolates island foe

NBC Sports Radio

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

El Salvador, Taiwan break ties as China isolates island foe

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Uganda police battle protesters seeking release of pop star

NPR News Now

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Uganda police battle protesters seeking release of pop star

"Have opened fire on demonstrators NPR's. ADA parole to reports, protesters were demonstrating against the arrest and alleged torture of an opposition leader. News footage shows protesters building roadblocks by burning tyres, and in the middle of downtown compile. It shows police opening fire on a large group of protesters witnesses. Say that downtown Kampala has come to a standstill. Protesters are demanding the release of Bobby wine, the country's most popular singer, and also one of its top opposition figures. The country's military through wine in a military prison. After the accused, his supporters of throwing rocks at the president's convoy, his family says wine has been badly beaten and has internal injuries president. You wearing move seventy who has ruled Uganda for more than three decades says, he will not tolerate any threats. He says he has fought back before and he will do so again, eight

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"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's obvious says are free but if you go. Without any point you can't get five his from there The police it too. Much they stop you do. You can give them, like five. K. thousand so this is just a, few cents it's just like a tax Yeah Disgruntled. Ugandans they're speaking to me in a marketplace in Kampala just a couple of weeks. Ago in, fact just a day after I recorded those, conversations I got a taste, of, well Lula corruption to. Me this was on the road north from the capital. Kampala Yes He'll come and check on your speed is very, faint but I think you can hear his words that was the voice of Ugandan police officer took my driver just team express what isn't? Express Experts penalty Does that mean like you give him a bribe Thank you Obscene yes Visit you? Fit Well. It was interesting we just got stopped by the side. Of the road we were pulled over. By the, policeman he said we had to pay. An express fine so called for what he said was. A speeding offence but then he. Saw my microphone it seems and had a, change of heart and he told us with.

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"kampala" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on Sidenote

"The most outdated in all of kampala fan of course reich twenty years ago it's an sane that it will be one thing if they're like we're going to work on this we're going to amend it to make it away that we think is better i would we would still disagree with the the changes they would want but it's so weird that in the interim their dislike let's just go back like think of think if you're in high school as an example you're only there for four years it said right now they're new curriculum and may not be ready til two thousand twenty and that's like their own projections so in a month or two goes in so those kids say they're in grade ten or say they're in great ten in two or three years they're out of school they're going to get the nineteen ninety eight education for sex ed yeah how messed up is that that they're not in here let's just clarify like this we're going to kind of talk a little bit about what's in this education belt but a lot of it is like health it's not just about sexual stuff some of it is some of it is like about consent it's like okay who's disagreeing that we should teach our kids about consent some of it's about sex sting who's disagreeing that we should be relevant to how kids are engaging with sex and also talking about like diseases and sgi's and things like that like it's show i think what okay so so what we should say is that i mean it's happening all over the world right leg you're at a really weird time politically and this government i mean that the conservative government ran on the platform that they were going to change the sex ed curriculum in order to appeal to a certain platform and a certain mcgrath demographic that's the word of people because there's a lot of misunderstanding as a teacher always a lot of his understanding about our jobs and parents are concerned i say our jobs i was a teacher i don't want to say that i'm a teacher nonflight out of it but it's my passion and it's what i think the most important job in the world is and i think that teachers are so like important and you need to give them the from a law perspective and from respect perspective the ability and freedom to teach properly and it's just so weird to me because i think what it is and i guess we you know were progressive people is that they were able to be elected and they want to do this because people did think that this type of sexual education and it goes back to the catholic school thing we're talking about is maybe dangerous for kids because it like promotes sexual activity but this progressive the old now old sex ed curriculum that is being taken away was proven to increase health and to decrease sti is an increase safety when it comes to sex well i mean it's the same thing happens vehicles perspect right and i i just mean like this and not to throw everything on like religious groups but i'm gonna just go to the catholic church who for example doesn't believe in the use of condoms or they believe abstinence and like the pope himself at one point i can't remember if this pope or the last one i think it was last one said that condoms increase the risk of hiv and it's just like this weird spread of lies to fit a narrative like i get that.

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Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko dead at 90

BBC World Service

02:42 min | 3 years ago

Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko dead at 90

"Of a new drug triggered an immune response in healthy adults and was shown to be safe the scientists described the results as an important milestone but urged caution world news and the bbc disaster management officials in japan see that sixteen people have been killed and forty others injured and flooding and landslides following torrential rains more than fifty people are missing and five hundred homes have been damaged one and a half million people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in western and central areas of the country president yoweri museveni of uganda whose talks today on a possible powersharing deal between south sudan's government and rebels the leaders of the two sides present salva kiir and his rival react machar are expected to travel to kampala the latest talks are part of a regional effort to bolster a permanent ceasefire signs are small following nearly five years of civil war in south sudan the american comic book carta steve citco the co creator of spiderman has died at the age of ninety police in new york of confirmed that his body was discovered in his manhattan apartment or we could go here's chris buckler the editor in chief of marvel comics stan lee came up with the idea of a team superhero with powers of a spider but it was steve debt go who brought the idea to life he created spiderman's distinctive balloon red costume and the web shooters he warned his wrists and it wasn't the only collaboration they also worked together to create a variety of iconic villains including the green goblin and doctor octopus unlike stanley steve debt go always shunned the spotlight but his artwork particularly from the nineteen sixties and seventies is still regarded as incredibly influential the last two places in the semi finals of the football world cup will be decided today sweden england the first match and the hosts russia fees krisha and the these other game the competition is certain to be won by european team belgium favorites brazil bbc news welcome back at six six gmt to weekend from the bbc world service i'm paul henley coming up later in the program a story about refugees from lebanon's shatila refugee camp we force ourselves to live here we're stuck inside this maze above our heads the electric cables tangled with themselves beneath our feet.

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"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The children of karaka sda primary school on the outskirts of the ganden capital kampala this list number one what are we going just ten years old then learning how to spot unreliable medical claims a useful skillet or country would dodgy medicines are routinely pedaled the key teaching tool is not elaborately illustrated textbook written in the style of a comic it features several recurring characters john and julie the protagonists professor compare and professor who explain what is considered as a credible plane and what isn't and kazuko a troublemaking parrot he repeats everything he he is a sort of avian room among the kids all love zuqiu in the story being taught in front of me john gets a burn and is told that caradon will help heal it drako sti is one of one hundred twenty schools which took part in this huge randomized trial involving ten thousand children is the first of its kind anywhere in the world to see if children could be taught how to evaluate claims and children pick up on this message with comfortable of clarity elizabeth who's nine gave me an example of how she could claim she his all around her neck has just announced and radio yet the person who announced it just wanted to get money many people try to sell medicines and they say it'll cure you yes they do in order to get that's useful to be able to ask whether it really works useful indeed these critical thinking skills can save lives allen sandy is a researcher mccarey university college of health sciences these a lot of news in the pay has on the radio these a lot of things that have being saved on loudspeakers in the road with our health systems people are able to walk into a pharmacy and get anything that they can come across their people that were applying medicines that are used for treatment of animals to treat certain conditions if people aren't able to critically think through these decisions then we're in a situation where some lives could even be lost so how's.

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"kampala" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A little bit that's what small companies in italy a hoping from the country's biggest banks to lend just a little bit more and surprisingly even in italy's dysfunctional financial markets some banks on shying away from the risk and lease them onto she wrote this week about italy's new finance fad and she joins us now so one man potentially going to step into the breach as far as italy's banking sector is concerned is bob diamond tell us what he plans to do what central saying this is the man but one most notably associates with ball claes which is the bus inviting powerhouse and it was he left while plays he's been tiptoeing and other business areas he tried africa in in in the notes of distant past trying to in a replica caita by kampala but didn't quite go according to plan and now it's as you say it's the turn of italy in southern europe he's also investing in greece and what he's seeing here is basically the opportunity to fund a business that has been the traditional backbone of italian italian economy which is buying lending to small and mediumsized companies so when you think if you think about nonperforming loans and the struggles like the the banking sector he's had just set the scene for his is the situation as far as nonperforming loans in italy improving here you have to wonder what he's getting into well that's why i think what's interesting is the timing here so for the last couple of years as he whiten point out the focus has been very much on the stalker bad debt they todd and banks have bill top and as far as investments wilkinson and people coming in from outside the of private equity firms be it distrust wrongs have all been focusing on purchasing some of these bad debts that book and prices in the hope of recovering some of those of being able to sell them on and to sell the assets behind them for a profit now suddenly as the economy starts to turn what investors the things the opportunity to make money by lending and it it sort of a positive story that's very very different to the the very next to focus on the.

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"kampala" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"As you revolve you've also been involved in film work in two thousand in seven you played all of the guitar pieces in the movie august rush and i remember seeing that movie and thinking you saw them invited were you with a child yes of course isn't everyone that goes did that moving with children but i remember thinking he ripped off kampala's hilarious i was furious during the movie linking cute they have stolen her style gone her mizzou and then i watched the credits goodbye in it's like oh that's all khaki king playing and it's my hair i know i know so you had the hands of a little boy move yeah so most expensive hand job had it begging come about it's such a great story so they i'm on tour i think i was in a late the the directors come on this i'm i'm on a tour bus which is like a weird thing for me the director brings the movie and they show me these these shots of uh the actor freddie highmore doing that they've already shut the media movies done and they show me the songs that they had chosen and they show me him playing and i'm like it looks great it looks perfect he lookie toilets like he's playing partner like he will actually we need this to look better like we need it to look more amazing because they chose the wrong songs basically especially this michael hedge song so they chose is michael hedges song and he's he used always known for his amazing you know playing beano his hands moving all over the neck but they just chose the wrong tune they just chose a song that would looked more like traditional guitarplaying so they're like can you right.

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"kampala" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on The Read

"Alexander is under the school or the kampala venture highest is the school alka county is kowloon okay um county where is the air alabama yep oh no fucking wonder every question i had has been ansett no it's almost like is the trains there thursday even this dance they're trying to do around what actually happened and why it took place like california sunday night of really what dan luger who for east alabama heroes ottoman s lake you cannot punish a student for doing the exact same thing that all of these other students are done something that is completely harmless submits taking place during a talent show it's not like she started tapdancing on top of her desk in the middle of chemistry or something and every nobody could get their fighting quiz done or something like that lay it was a part of a performance i took place in a in a in a school talent show nobody is being distracted by anything are being harmed by anything is twenty fighting 18 i'm sure that they are they said that they had samesex students attains proms and stuff like that before so your problem here is clearly what the fact that they made like a gay spectacle and we don't want to be condoning like gay kids expressing veyre sexuality or a love or crushes or whatever in your christian school also with this principle the principles name is um mack colley fuck you who county school for you health hoon county board of education for you to and that's it okay oh and also like.

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"kampala" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That he really wanted to to get you know that up oh opportunity opens up or maybe something great happens for that person you helped out yes may be the end up getting a job or whatever in something works out for them absolutely have he's but it's but it's what what creates that what makes that happen well i i think that it's uh there's a a flow of energy and so when we do good things i think in that they energy is had it comes back to us you know i remember a time where we were where the grocery store on my my wife left your wallet there and forgot it and like on the on the on the calorie like their belts it will as the bank inside the grocery store but okay the little deaf for you can fill out of your information and i remember leaving in my first thought is oh my gosh we're better kampala credit cards and everything and she said no you know i've i've done so much good in my life that i know somebody's gonna find this and they're going to return it and i'm going to get it back and it did sort of like that there's the sort of this knowing when you do good things to help people lot of really positive things come around for you and you shouldn't be doing it for that reason but that's just sort of outcome of what happened in what happened oh she they and it was a bad thing if she got the purse back in all the cards were gone in the money was guy everything was absolutely there and the thing about a two with a friday night so we had to wait until united for the agonize over at until monday morning until you find out but somebody it found it and returned it right away and so of course it was sitting there horror monday morning sounded somebody at the bank um yeah suddenly it was one of those banks than fight a grocery store a bank employee you must have seen the purse there the wallet in in grabbed it i think it was just a customer founded on the counter and fed here somebody must elect visit they turned it in oh yeah okay um it out in a.

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"kampala" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on WLAC

"Remember a time where we were burned the grocery store and my my wife left her wallet there and forgot it and like on the on the on the counter electricians air belt so it will it was a bank inside the grocery store but okay the little death for you can fill out of your information and i remember we're leaving in my first thought is oh my gosh we'd better kampala credit cards and everything and she said no you know i've i've done so much good my life that i know somebody's gonna find the so they're going to return and i'm gonna get a back and it's it's sort of like that there's the sort of this knowing when you do good things to help people a lot of really positive things come around for you and you shouldn't be doing it for that reason but that's just sort of an outcome of what happened oh she the and it was a bad thing is you got to punish back in all the cards were gone and the money was guy i everything was absolutely there and the thing about it too with a friday night so we had to wait until united so to agonize over until monday morning until you find out but somebody had founded and returned it right away and so of course it was sitting there for monday morning that somebody at the bank um yeah well away from it was one of those banks and fight a grocery store a bank employee must have seen the purse there the wallet in in grabbed it i think it was just a customer founded on the counter and fed here somebody must aleph as a turned it in oh yeah okay um you know in a new leads the bank obviously was close over the weekend so you had the you.

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"kampala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Egypt it full presidential candidates catherine at biaro hang got is following developments from the capital kampala more than twothirds of mps voted to change the constitution the new legislation means a presidential remiss seventy who would have been above the 75 yet age limits canal run for a sixth term in office several mps appraised his 30year rule saying he has transformed the economy i'm peace to a country once ravaged by civil war a to time limits for the presidency was reintroduced the provision was initially repealed in two thousand five but commentators say it's could be removed again let's says also voted to extend that term in office from five to seven years it seen as a sweetener for them to back this legislation and possibly offer a buffer from an electorate that could be angry about this decision there have been widespread protests about the removal of the h cop an opinion poll suggests most ugandans are opposed to the move the government disagrees with oppose and says is just a few people protesting catherine biao to hunger compa the united states congress has given its final seal of approval to a package of republican reforms which would lead to tax cuts mainly for companies and higher earners eleven months into office it finally gives president trump his first big legisative victory the art of our bill is a tremendous amount of relief for the middle class imploding a doubling of the child tax credit and a nearly doubling of the standard deduction that's going to be tremendous for people they're going to start seeing the results in february this bill means more take home pay it will be an incredible christmas gift for hardworking americans i said i wanted to have it done before christmas we got it done under the changes the main us company tax rate would fall.

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"kampala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Egypt it full presidential candidates catherine at biaro hang got is following developments from the capital kampala more than twothirds of mps voted to change the constitution the new legislation means a presidential remiss seventy who would have been above the 75 yet age limits canal run for a sixth term in office several mps appraised his 30year rule saying he has transformed the economy i'm peace to a country once ravaged by civil war a to time limits for the presidency was reintroduced the provision was initially repealed in two thousand five but commentators say it's could be removed again let's says also voted to extend that term in office from five to seven years it seen as a sweetener for them to back this legislation and possibly offer a buffer from an electorate that could be angry about this decision there have been widespread protests about the removal of the h cop an opinion poll suggests most ugandans are opposed to the move the government disagrees with oppose and says is just a few people protesting catherine biao to hunger compa the united states congress has given its final seal of approval to a package of republican reforms which would lead to tax cuts mainly for companies and higher earners eleven months into office it finally gives president trump his first big legisative victory the art of our bill is a tremendous amount of relief for the middle class imploding a doubling of the child tax credit and a nearly doubling of the standard deduction that's going to be tremendous for people they're going to start seeing the results in february this bill means more take home pay it will be an incredible christmas gift for hardworking americans i said i wanted to have it done before christmas we got it done under the changes the main us company tax rate would fall.

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"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And analysts expected to be several we counts members of parliament in uganda had begun debating controversial legislation that would remove the presidential age agelimit if policy twitter allow president yoweri lee seventy to stand for a sixth successive term catherine bureau hunger is in kampala by removing age limits and a lot of ugandans have felt that the president will be able to run indefinitely and that opens the way for potential life presidency there have been two surveys that have been carried out and those showed that she can as well opposed to lifting age limits though the ruling party and the president's supporters a quick to say that that don't understand how these surveys were carried out the not sure of their veracity and they say that our meaty reflects the mood of those who support the presidency the conservative billionaire say best yan pineyro has promised to transform chile into a fully developed country after winning the presidential election runoff mr pineyro he was president for four years until 2014 beat his centerleft rival lf 100year by nearly ten percentage points in his victory speech he promised to work with the opposition to overcome the country's historic divisions and give a better life to all chileans loeb a whole then also told me most we are going to give the best of ourselves to fulfill our mission and to avoid defaulting our compatriots so the chilly returns to the path of progress and development you're listening to world news from the bbc the organization of american states has called for a new presidential election in honduras as off to the incumbent orlando hernandez was declared the winner of last month's disputed poll the ira as said irregularities in the election made it impossible to certify.

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"kampala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Anyway back to our story thousands crazy to yield is like straight outta act with half this is or is roommate his name is reed even now he's pretty stoked when he remembers the call and i'd like techniques that accent he's like you know some grantham tom like lake region so i was excited that i got a very unique room had go along side of my general excitement third michael building the game zork could have shown up on the first day of school speaking at his regular voice but his friends back home wanted to see if he could full week face to face for that he did more than an accident i had the shirt on that i got in uganda it was like a very traditional vibrant print shirt that i i got in kampala and other armagh wear the shirt and these sandals that i got in africa to like look the part he figured i'd mess with the guy for a few minutes at the most but when zorreguieta the dorm read wasn't alone he was there with his dad and his little sister this is like white family from orange county in immediately like they were so warm to me and like so friendly and i remember his little sister was like thirteen or fourteen at the time and she was so interested in uganda and she was so endearing and like fascinated by my background i'd never had someone react to me in that way pulled from his parents experiences in his limited knowledge of africa to dazzle reads family with the scriptures of tribes and exotic animals again it could have stopped there but it was the first day of school and.

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"kampala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"App transfers the results to varzi visions office in the capital kampala the customers is get a pair of glasses brenda says they cost up to eighty percent less than those brought in a shop she got the idea to start vows he vision when she was in need of new glasses some years ago action needs to work for a consulting firm and that i had to insurance at the time so i went to get myself a pair of glasses victor so expensive really really expensive and even if i had insurance took up so i really i could perplexed because what about the people that don't have the kind known for job that i had and if they didn't have the resources that i had how well they getting by care so for me that's where the idea was sparked that's that's how i started my company rehn dug its friendly applause from the audience when she's done with her presentation but like the seven other entrepreneurs from ghana and nigeria and south africa she's hoping for more her company needs technical expertise because the app is still not as precise as it should be and it needs capital so the business can expand if things work out she could soon hasn't both eric young told lean man standing just a few meters away from brenda he's the founder and ceo of greentech a german investment firm cleantech signed up to cooperate with lousy vision already before the start at night began african market is huge so when you start selling i was his even if you make small margie it's already genetic revenue and make this business houston level very attractive into to which a point where you have bigger v c and bigger private equity company that will want to go into this business so for this reason this business make sense in mick impact can generate value and he's highly scalable germany's minister for economic affairs and energy forget to to push this a woman in demand during the startup night she swapping around shaking hands complementing the enterpreneur support the presentations the ministry is placing high hopes on african startups it's even set up a fund to support them but that's not charity africa's population is growing rapidly some four hundred forty million.

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"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"kampala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In reverse do we properly understand lightning a tool in terms of fully understanding the nature aspects and how it forms than we definitely don't fully understand that and there are research around the world who are doing research trying to understand things like that as an engineer we don't need fully understand how it forms in order to protect our planes against it as much as it's fascinating it's not the important aspect for us all right i'm glad the engineers the getting on with protecting us from this stuff but i still don't get why people not understanding lightning gives you hype well it means i get to give a glass halffull onset a jones question cam we tax 'electricity from lightning well not now in the future may be we never say no but at the moment what we know on what we have i think it's almost impossible bright lam but if you chair who knows maybe we can gather all the charges in the clouds and put them in one bucket and maybe it can using say that was where we left things when we tackled this subject last year and after it add you'd right us a flurry of questions before we get them i want to reintroduce our original listener crowdscience his geoff marsh was recently in uganda on a typical tropical day and we ask tin to pop pin and say hey life hi i'm john from kampala in uganda amdo on us diversify suppression of crowd size about lightening unelected yet we recognize that voice did you listen to the first episode that yes i did i did really century denver's interesting oh the irony we can hear the thunder above us did you bring the lighting with you today though i did it two hours at tillis appraiser to begun raining i know as of oil and oil so when you listen to the first episodes of the world that you were involved in what did you think we asked the question yes he does that their christian one interesting if they marry a 'let's do is that cut into governments do not have their money to facilitate getting electricity from layton that was the most important but that was i am sad because i always felt his forcible by then the doj was on their cost anything else he led to us out lake uh scott.

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