Uganda, Twitter and the Freedom to #Walk2Work
Tracking the #walk2work campaign on Twitter.
Democracy-loving people all over the world are waiting and watching to see what happens in Uganda tomorrow, as Activists for Change (A4C) launches a second day of its "Walk to Work" campaign.
Day One of "Walk to Work",
News of the arrests ofÂ Kizza Besigye and Norbert Mao spread quickly on Monday morning. Facebook, Twitter, and news outlets were abuzz with the news.
Exiled Ugandan journalist Charles Onyango Obbo said he knew something spectactular was up when he was suddenly flooded with communication: " writes Onyango-Obbo in a recent op-ed on the special crime of "illegal walking"
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