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Uganda still has many remote areas with no electricity to power those machines.
added by Anonymous 1 days ago 0 0
Because Uganda is a developing country since it's some leaders are still being confused
added by 1001271327 15 days ago 0 0
Uganda still has hard to reach areas remort aresa.
added by Anonymous 20 days ago 0 0
You country and its whole leadership structure is simply backward. Advise to advance through technological innovations.
added by Anonymous 24 days ago 0 0
Due to ignorance of the administration panel which can help to sensitize there people about that.
added by Anonymous 25 days ago 0 0
Some parts of Uganda are hard to reach, they are not accessible
added by Anonymous 31 days ago 2 0
Typewriters are not readily available among the population and typewritten fonts are hard to duplicate using computer. There is a unique way, a typewritten font appears with age marks and obsolete font characteristics. This makes the documents hard to forge.
added by Anonymous 32 days ago 2 0
Yeah, because internet connection in those areas are not reacheable.
added by Anonymous 34 days ago 2 0