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    I don’t think more than 20 people on a given day read Galaxy FM (Ugandan, but it’s the first time I am hearing of it). There are more influential media that reported that story like that.

    And that’s because they take what the police tells them. Esp on homosexuality. A good reporter might have investigated the story further, but not in Uganda (when it’s the police claiming so) and def not when it’s about homosexuality. This is the same media that joined in the demonising of an HIV+ nurse recently.

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