The Observer (Kampala)

5 February 2013

Uganda: West African Dominance Baffling

The trend of West African dominance at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations has left junkies baffled

Mulumba: It was the perfect consolation for us.

Nsimbe: It must have been unprecedented to see seven of the eight quarterfinalists from West Africa.

Eupal: The real shock is having all the four semifinalists from West Africa. You wonder what the rest of Africa is doing...

Kakaire: It frustrates me how some people claim to be sports analysts when they lack background info. Do you know this happened in 2002 when Cameroon, Senegal, Nigeria and Mali made the semifinal lineup?

Tash: Also remind him of 1992, when Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria and Cameroon reached the final four.

Lumu: Eh...you two guys are exhibiting a high level of knowledge in sports.

Mulumba: What else do you expect when Kadaga chased them from parliament?

Nsimbe: So, are you suggesting they are idle these days?

Eupal: At this rate...the two wiseacres may end up writing about weddings.

Kakaire: That's the problem with Ugandans...instead of commiserating with us you are ridiculing us.

Zziwa: By the way Tash and Kakaire, Senior 4 exams are coming out this Thursday. So, better be ready to visit the top schools and profile the best students.

Tash: Is that a compliment or punishment?

Kakaire: I might be having an exam at LDC.

Tash: I'm also booked to lecture UCU students that day

Zziwa: So, you've got another job already?

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