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#UgandaVsGhana: Ugandans and Ghanaians are in a Twitter war over who is better

South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)

Twitter wars between countries often happen

However, there are specific countries that often indulge each other.

For example, a Ghana and Nigeria Twitter war is normal, Kenya and Uganda is also expected.

But Uganda and Ghana seem quite new.

This is not the first time Uganda is in a Twitter war with a country it barely ever beefs with countries outside its sub-region.

It is not known who started the war but Ghanaian and Ugandans are trolling each other on Twitter.

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Some of the issues they are both using include complexion, looks, leaders, infrastructure, celebrities among others.

Read some of the tweets below

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Meanwhile, Nigerians are preparing for a Ghana and Nigeria Twitter war even before the one with Uganda ends.

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