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Bukedde Facebook attains the 100,000 fans mark
Publish Date: Mar 18, 2014
Bukedde Facebook attains the 100,000 fans mark
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By Vision Reporter

Bukedde displayed social media prowess on Tuesday when it hit the 100,000 likes mark.

The Bukedde Social media platform has over a while served an integral purpose of bringing together text, images and video and also linked various media content from sister platforms.

It is also the social media arm for Bukedde Online, the Bukedde news website.

The website is an interactive platform that has had a constant growth with other Bukedde family products including Bukedde TV 1), Bukedde Radio (100.5 FM) and Bukedde TV 2.

Bukedde Facebook Fans Page started on June 30 2011 and its growth pattern has made it one of the fastest growing social media pages in the Country.

The media giant also has a presence on Twitter, @bukeddeonline.

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