So the big news here this week is that Muammar Gaddafi was in town, as well as a number of presidents from African nations, to dedicate the new mosque, largely funded by Libya.
The headline the day after the dedication was "Gaddafi says Bible was rewritten."
The headline the day after that was "Bishops say: 'Ignore Gaddafi.'"
Posters of Gaddafi were plastered all over town. Also President Museveni announced that Makarere Road, the major thoroughfare in front of Makarere University, is to be renamed Gaddafi Road.
Did any of this make the U.S. papers? Just curious. In "The East African," the only U.S. news I saw, besides an Assistant Secretary of State giving a major speech on Ethiopia, was the resignation of Eliot Spitzer.