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2016inReview: The Top 16 News Moments in Uganda in 2016

2016inReview: The Top 16 News Moments in Uganda in 2016

By Staff Writer

What are those moments that gripped the whole nation in 2016? Perhaps you have forgotten some of them. But these are the top 16 news moments in 2016. They got most Ugandans reacting.

They got every media house writing stories about it. So here’s a compilation of the top 16 news moments in 2016.

1. The 2016 February Elections

2. Stella Nyanzi undresses in protest against Prof. Mamdani

3. How Margaret Muhanga got 10 billions through Goat Farming

4. The Disappearance and return of Christopher Aine

5. The Closure of Makerere University

6. The Save Carol Campaign

7. The Death of Major Kiggundu

8. The 2016 Election Petition

9. The Kasese Attacks

10. The Kanyamunyu Shooting Incident

11. Donald Trump’s Victory

12. Central Bank’s Takeover of Crane Bank

13. Ugandan MPs Request for Expensive Vehicles

14. SK Mbuga’s Wedding

15. MC Kats being Punched by Fille Mutoni

16. The Closure of WBS TV

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