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100 years of West Nile
Publish Date: Apr 21, 2014
100 years of West Nile
The Yumbe Duluka group entertains guests at Arua hill grounds. PHOTO/BOSCO KING
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Hundreds of people have thronged Arua hill grounds to take part in celebrations to mark 100 years of West Nile. For updates, follow us on tweeter and watch Urban Channel for live broadcast from Arua.



 

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