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  • Written by one of the boys that I work with:
    In the year of 2111, I arrived in Uganda from United States of America. I came in Uganda to meet the people asking how it is. The first person I met told me the following below.
    He told about wars which were held by Milton Obote, the first President of Uganda and Kabaka Mutessa the Second. He told me that many people died and many families that lost friends, brothers, sisters, fathers and mothers. And also they told me that many families, people lost their properties, house and many others.
    Then, I met other people and they told me that there are still banana growers and they like to grow bananas so much. I met others and they told me the following: They told me about new sports like football, tennis, volleyball, basketball, soccer, track and many others. They told me how Uganda looks.. They told me that Uganda is a beautiful country, a developing country and also that people started to go to school. Illiteracy is not as bad as it was 100 years ago. I discovered from the people that Uganda has thirty-three million of people nowadays. They told me that the government is better than it was—that the government gives people freedom of speech and movement to other countries around the world or around the earth. They told me that transport was improved—that Ford cars were introduced. Buses, trains, boats and airplanes were also introduced in Uganda. They told me that some people are still poor but not as bad as it was. They told me that the most number of people are rich. When I reached my home it was very nice and I enjoyed to be there. I found people who have grown new crops like cassava, Irish potatoes, rice and maize. I found people wearing good clothes as we have today in the whole world but I found people wearing short clothes, which are shameful to children. And then I planned to go back to the USA to tell people about what is in Uganda. THE END
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