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Museveni inquires about the whereabouts of Nsenene.

In a sly move, President Museveni has inquired about the presence of tasty grasshoppers, which are referred to as Nsenene in the local language. Museveni noted in his most recent remark that November has long been recognized as the month of the grasshoppers, but he questioned why the insects are nowhere to be found now that the middle of the month has already passed.

In a sly move, President Museveni has inquired about the presence of tasty grasshoppers, which are referred to as Nsenene in the local language.
Museveni noted in his most recent remark that November has long been recognized as the month of the grasshoppers, but he questioned why the insects are nowhere to be found now that the middle of the month has already passed.

“Where can we find them? What about climate change? I don’t partake in the Nseneene feasting. Nevertheless, I want to wish the Nseneene, the fish eaters, and everyone else success always. According to the X page of the State House Uganda website, Museveni is cited as saying, “Inform me when the Nseneene appears.”

Museveni also inquired about the ants (known as enswa) that, according to him, are known to start flying around the month of October.
The month of October is Kashwa, also known as the month of the enswa. He questioned, “Did they show up?”

Consumers and merchants of Nsenene have been left with frowns on their faces this time around as a result of the insects’ failure to appear at a time when it was anticipated that they would be prevalent everywhere.On the other hand, the fact that edible grasshoppers are nowhere to be seen during the time of year when they are typically abundant has been attributed to climate change.

However, both customers and traders are still anticipating the insects’ arrival at any moment, despite the fact that none of them is aware of the insects’ origins, bleeding, or migrating patterns.

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