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Thursday 18 September  

#WUAinUganda No. 4: BODA-BODA BABY!

Published on : 23 November 2012 - 3:13pm | By RNW Africa Desk (Photo: WUA)
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Ikenna couldn't leave Kampala without getting on the city's most popular mode of transport, the boda-boda. Here's a quick round up of the half-day he spent riding around with Kampalan boda legend Walter Wandera.

RNW Africa producer Ikenna Azuike presents What's Up Africa (WUA): a weekly entertainment video blog on what's hip, creative and making the news in Africa. Ikenna is on the look-out for Africa's innovators and cultural creatives, so be sure to get in touch via Twitter or Facebook if you have a hot tip.

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