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Making Sense of Stella Nyanzi’s Arrest by Government

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

Sometime back, a post against Stella Nyanzi’s activities on my blog drew a lot of criticism. Even then, I insist that much as her cause is...

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Uganda’s Gruesome Murders Won’t Stop Any Time Soon unless Police Sober up to Professionalism

Posted by on Apr 2, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Crime, Opinion | 0 comments

KAMPALA, Uganda: Countries in Africa are popular for poor coordination concerning crime investigations. Uganda in particular isn’t...

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Royal Involvement in Political Scandals is Degrading to Cultural Pride

Posted by on Mar 12, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

In the long lost past, the monarchs were the governments as well as the sovereign rulers (not leaders), of the masses. Over the years,...

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VIOLENT PARLIAMENT: Weakening Dictatorship Should Be a Warning to Arrogant Leaders

Posted by on Feb 10, 2017 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

State of the Nation Address, commonly abbreviated as SONA, is a prestigious moment for Presidents and the ruling party. It is a time for...

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Bikers for Trump: Support for His Incoming Administration is Smaller but Equally Strong to the Opposition.

Posted by on Jan 20, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics, World | 0 comments

We have had it all; the disappointments, worries, fear and predictions about his administration. It is all negative and barely anything to...

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The Gambia: Respect for Law, Justice and Other State Institutions Has Died Down at the Expense of Dictators.

Posted by on Jan 19, 2017 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

Africa is the continent with the biggest number of dictatorial regimes. Many countries in Africa haven’t seen more than ten presidents and...

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The Option of a Peaceful Power Transition in Uganda is Very Uncertain yet President Museveni Isn’t Immortal

Posted by on Jan 12, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

KAMPALA, Uganda: Great men have always been known for selflessness. In Africa, the most memorable of democratic leaders was Nelson...

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Honoring the Honorable Nsubuga: It’s Time Politicians Knew When to Go Political, When to Stop Mourning

Posted by on Dec 23, 2016 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

LWENGO, Uganda: A positive mind and forgiving heart are the qualities of mourners more so during a eulogy. No one dares to mention the...

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FALLEN PILLAR! How Uganda’s Oldest University’ Management Mess Makes a Fool out of Government!

Posted by on Dec 21, 2016 in All Uganda Today Posts, Education, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

KAMPALA, Uganda: As children, many scholars dreamed of enrolling at Makerere University. Parents spoke admirably of the institution. All...

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WORLD PEACE: The Universal Fiction that We Just Won’t Realize with Guns Stuck in our Armpits

Posted by on Dec 20, 2016 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

The first ever sort of diplomatic resolution of international strains was seen in the Vienna Congress of 1814 in Austria. Before then,...

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Ugandan Farmers in Jubilations as UN Declares Bidco a Disaster Company and Environmental Predator worth Distancing all from

Posted by on Nov 24, 2016 in All Uganda Today Posts, Business, Crime, Local | 0 comments

KAMPALA, Uganda: Embattled Ugandan farmers fighting threats and land grabbing by Bidco have praised a draft report by U.N. investigators...

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