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Nsenene: President Museveni Questions Where They Have Gone

President Museveni Questions The Whereabouts Of “Nsenene”

President Museveni has also questioned the whereabouts of grasshoppers, popularly known as “nsenene” in Uganda. The “nsenene” is a local delicacy normally harvested in the month of November. The month has even earned it’s name as the month of grasshoppers.

Ugandans are always excited for it as they get to enjoy these insects. It’s usually a lucrative business around this time of the year.

Different people leave other businesses to focus on catching grasshoppers and selling them to people who enjoy them.

This year, grasshoppers have become very scarse. The month is mid way and no signs of grasshoppers anywhere. People have been asking about them on social media and wondering why they haven’t yet started flying around.

President Museveni also asked about them today. He said he personally doesn’t eat grasshoppers but he wishes luck to those that eat them.

The president is also wondering if the problem is climate change or if they will finally appear for people to enjoy. He even asked about flying aunts which appear in the month of October.

“Olugaambo (rumour-mongering).
This is Museneene (the month of the grasshoppers). Where are they? Climate change? I do not eat the Nseneene. However, I always wish the Nseneene, the fish eaters, etc., good luck. Inform me when the Nseneene appears. How about the enswa (the flying ants)? October is Kashwa- the month of the enswa. Did they appear? KJ
Yoweri K. Museveni
Gen (Rtd)
Ssaabalwanyi,” he tweeted.

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