Fred and Andrius chat about the riots in Kampala, Uganda
- [23:11:37] kayiwa fred: hi Andrius
[23:16:57] Andrius Kulikauskas: Hi Fred, any news?
[23:17:41] kayiwa fred: things are worsening
[23:17:55] … we cant get the news from radios
[23:18:04] … all radio stations have been cut off
[23:18:13] … apart from the govt radios
[23:18:15] Andrius Kulikauskas: oh that's very serious
[23:18:24] kayiwa fred: and those cant give you excat news
[23:18:27] Andrius Kulikauskas: what about SMS ?
[23:18:55] kayiwa fred: but we still watch from the national TV i dont
have one but have been at neibours
[23:19:07] … and the all city is covered by army
[23:19:11] … soldies
[23:19:22] … i hope they are stablising the stuation hope so
[23:19:28] … lets wait by tomorrow
[23:19:36] Andrius Kulikauskas: yes
[23:19:44] … how is your brother?
[23:20:26] kayiwa fred: i managed to go to hospital but my litle brother
is rely injured and he needs care
[23:20:38] … his matress was stolen and the case
[23:20:52] … u know they were in matato going back to their boarding school
[23:21:06] … so he needs help over that way
[23:21:20] … he will be fine at least he was not hit on the head seroiusly
[23:21:32] Andrius Kulikauskas: that's most important
[23:21:35] kayiwa fred: am so sorry with him more than my properties
[23:21:42] Andrius Kulikauskas: did you lose yor computer?
[23:21:46] … or your phone?
[23:23:14] kayiwa fred: i lost my printer, and scaner and flat panel
[monitor] and camera
[23:23:25] Andrius Kulikauskas: oh, that's sad
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