Thank you so much everyone that is joining us!


Hi everyone!

Both our Facebook groups have over 180,000 members. Thank you so much everyone that is joining us. I know there are lots of Uganda groups out there but let’s make UAH the best coolest group online(Facebook, twitter, Google and blogs). We haven’t started any Whatspp group yet because there’s fear of the revelation of mobile numbers.

We, Ugandans At Heart(UAH), should live by a code of honor, respect, education and protecting our human rights.We should live our lives in the best way we know how and forgive ourselves as we forgive others along the way. We should look forward with both eyes and ears open protecting our freedom. We should see opportunity in the face of adversity. We should trust in God and do right by our fellow country men and women. This is the UAH Legacy that we should pass down to our children and grandchildren. No matter where and who you are…….Share what’s in your mind and make friends here!

Abusing others, posting fake news, porn and excessive profanity will not be tolerated. We have ladies as well as some youngsters in this group so have some class. This behavior will get you blocked from the group.

*Abbey Kibirige Semuwemba*

Stalk my blog at: http://semuwemba.com/

“My journey is long and my preparation is so little, and weakness has gripped me and death is chasing me!”

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  1. Jonya BeDawla,

    The recent earth quake in Tanzania which was felt was felt in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Kenya which so far known 16 dead, 250 injured numbers still climbing up was caused by the GERD dam project of Ethiopia which is under way to build a dam on Nile River .

    The distance between Bukoba city (the city which suffered hard in this earth quake in Tanzania) and Lake Victoria ( the Source of Nile River) is 120 Miles or 192 km. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD ) formerly known as the Millennium Dam and sometimes referred to as Hidase Dam, is a gravity dam on the Nile River in Ethiopia currently under construction. It is in the Benishangul-Gumuz Region of Ethiopia, about 15 km (9 mi) east of the border with Sudan. The potential impacts of the dam have been the source of severe regional controversy. The Government of Egypt, a country which relies heavily on the waters of the Nile, has demanded that Ethiopia cease construction on the dam as a preconditions to negotiations, sought regional support for its position, and some political leaders have discussed methods to sabotage it.Egypt has planned a diplomatic initiative to undermine support for the dam in the region as well as in other countries supporting the project such as China, Italy, and Norway. However, other nations in the Nile Basin Initiative have expressed support for the dam, including Sudan, the only other nation downstream of the Blue Nile, which has accused Egypt of inflaming the situation.[ Ethiopia denies that the dam will have a negative impact on downstream water flows and contends that the dam will in fact increase water flows to Egypt by reducing evaporation on Lake Nasser.It has accused Egypt of being unreasonable; Egypt is demanding to increase its share of the Nile’s water flow from 66% to 90%. The GERD dam is an environmental catastrophe that most of Africa will suffer from more than Africa will suffer from the catastrophe of HIV since no one except Egypt , Sudan and Ethiopia is studying the impact of the dam while in actuality countries near and around Lake Victoria will suffer the most . Lake Victoria is drained solely by the Nile River near Jinja, Uganda, on the lake’s northern shore.

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