Hundreds of reporters ,some with eyes glued on television sets, are struggling to pick a word from what funeral service (church) leaders and other notable speakers are saying.
The use of Swahili to send off such an important man is a very big lesson to authorities in Uganda. Tanzanians are today here prioritizing their native language over English.
It is perhaps the reason why Tanzania and Kenya have been relatively peaceful countries since they became independent in the early sixties.
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