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Africans on social media push a missionary group to take down offensive music video about life in Uganda

A music video released this month by Luket Ministries, an Oklahoma missionary group working in Uganda, features five white women in traditional Ugandan dresses dancing with plastic jerry cans, knocking back deworming tablets, and eating sukuma wiki, or kale, with their hands.

President Uhuru Kenyatta with CNN Global Executive Vice President and MD Tony Maddox

CNN boss apologizes to Kenya for "hotbed of terror" statement after Kenya cancels advertising deal

CNN has apologized to Kenya over a recent terrorism slur. n a televised CNN report preceding President Obama’s July trip to Kenya, the news network referred to the East African country as a “hotbed of terror” …

#SomeoneTellCNN: CNN gets ridiculed on Twitter for calling Kenya a "Hotbed of Terror"

#SomeoneTellCNN: CNN gets ridiculed on Twitter for calling Kenya a "Hotbed of Terror"

US President Barack Obama is visiting Kenya this week and CNN has been reporting on how the region is a so-called “Hotbed of Terror”. CNN’s narrow characterization of Kenya has spawned a particularly heated and amusing backlash from well-informed Twitter users who got the mocking hash tag #SomeoneTellCNN trending worldwide.