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Hell in Haiti

By John Njoroge How would Uganda handle an earthquake of 7.0 magnitude? When the 7.0 magnitude earthquake, the strongest felt in the western hemisphere since 1965, ripped through Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince on Jan.12, it devastated its infrastructure and destroyed the lives of thousands of its inhabitants. Up to 90 percent …

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