'We saw it was possible to say no to our leaders'
About a year ago, when protesters took to the streets of Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, many expected the so-called Arab Spring to spread down the river Nile.
Even though localised protests hit sub-Saharan Africa, they have not succeeded in toppling governments.
In this video, young activists from Uganda discuss the influence the Arab Spring protests have had in their country.
24 Jan 2012
- From the section Africa