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What is your view of the developed Ugandan Alphabet?



It is good for Uganda

With time it will be good for Africa

It will highly contribute towards our country's meaning of independance

It is best appropriate for use under classified content

It is not of great use in anyway



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[poll] What is your view of the developed Ugandan Alphabet?
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hi, how are you, feel fre to comment


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