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At the Victoria port he found a confused mass of ships of all nations: English, French, American, and Dutch, men-of-war and trading vessels, Japanese and Chinese junks, sempas, tankas, and flower-boats, which formed so many floating parterres.
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Overall Mulira's analysis, echoed in Sempa's general discussion, emphasized that students' activism in late colonial Uganda was, indeed, partly about individuals' acquisition of the weapons of education, as Bamutta suggested.
Sempa is the author of Geopolitics: From the Cold War to the 21st Century (2002, 2007), America's Global Role: Essays and Reviews on National Security, Geopolitics and War (2009), and Somewhere in France, Somewhere in Germany: A Combat Soldier's Journey through the Second World War (2011).
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Martin Sempa, organizer of the March 2009 Kampala hate conference that was the impetus for the AHB, were revealed.
"I wouldn't vote for any of them, I'd sack the lot." Irene Sempa, a telephone operator, aged 64, said: "I used to have a lot of trust in the system.
Sempa, Francis P., Geopolitics From the Cold War to the 21st Century, New Jersey, Transaction Publishers, 2002.
Sempa used their dinner opportunities to try to convince their hosts of essential Ganda unities, as he and his wife simultaneously argued that the 1949 uprising was not against the Kabaka, and that all Baganda rejected Kabaka Mutesa II's deportation.