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Chatting With A Literary Star
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Moses Isegawa is the most famous Ugandan writer, especially known for his extraordinary book Abyssinian Chronicles.

We had a privilege to talk to this interesting, witty man in Kampala this morning, in the company of a group of students of journalism from Tilburg, Holland.

This is the second edition of Beyond (Y)our World, a project by Lokaal Mondiaal that exposes young Dutch journalists to the environment of a developing country and asks them to bring it closer to their age mates at home. Edirisa is their host in Uganda, for two weeks.



Another fine discussion of today was with Pius Katunzi at The Weekly Observer.



Yesterday we visited Kasubi Tombs ...



... and shopped for clothes as four bags got lost during the flight.
 

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