Kampala floods
Publish Date: Aug 07, 2014
Kampala floods
A vehicles wades through floods at Lugogo by-pass. PHOTO/ABU MWESIGWA
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Kampala's low-lying areas Thursday afternoon turned into a big lake following a downpour that lasted for over two hours.

Slums and wetlands in Kampala and its suburbs were most affected.


Floods paralyse Kampala traffic


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