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THE LAST WORD: The problem with term limits

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion | 0 comments

Ernest Bai Koroma As Sierra Leone’s president seeks to amend the constitution and extend his presidency, it is time for Africa to pause...

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COMMENT: Policy, institutional reforms needed for Uganda’s economy to recover

Posted by on Apr 22, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Economy, Finance, Opinion, Uganda | 0 comments

COMMENT: Policy and institutional reforms are needed for Uganda’s economy to recover – CSBAG Economic growth is not a chance event...

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Why worry or celebrate? The Rise of Identity and Populist Politics in Uganda Since 1986

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Local, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

Recently, Mukono MP Betty Nambooze came with the 6 ‘Rs’ to drive DP to greater political tides which her Ssenkaggale (Norbert Mao)...

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Are We Not Overrating The Usage and Effectiveness of Social Networks?

Posted by on Apr 17, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion | 0 comments

Today, I stumbled upon a face book post by a celebrated professor of the land. A well researched, statistically enriched and, quite...

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THE LAST WORD: On Museveni-Besigye talks

Posted by on Apr 17, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, News, Opinion, Uganda | 0 comments

How the opposition leader has blundered on the chance to promote his political project – if he has any By Andrew M. Mwenda Media reports...

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LIVE: Jeff Koinange Live….on NBS TV

Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Uganda | 0 comments

Jeff Koinange, and equally combative Ugandan journalist Andrew Mwenda, will be guests in tonight’s NBS TV Frontline show. The Kenyan...

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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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Donald Trump Military Action against Syria Might Trigger World War Three?

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

World War I and II still trouble the countries that fought them, both wars have in common an unfathomable level of human destruction. But...

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THE LAST WORD: Manufacturing still matters

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

Why very few poor countries will escape poverty by taking gigantic leaps into the service industry  By Andrew M. Mwenda Two weeks ago, I...

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Police Clean Up Part 1: Should Gen. Kale Kayihura remain at the Helm of Uganda Police Force?

Posted by on Apr 9, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Crime, Opinion | 0 comments

Opinion: Gen. Edward Kale Kayihura has something in common with yours truly. We both carried aspirations of priesthood as young boys. He...

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CIP Records P.II: Unveiling Nixon, the Murder and Torture Prime Suspect Gen. Kayihura has entrusted with Ugandans’ ‘Security’

Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Crime, Opinion | 0 comments

Opinion: In the second part of the Crime Infiltrated Police (CIP) Records’ series, yours truly brings you more factual reasons why...

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Kaguta-Besigye Games: Unveiling Signs that Museveni is Going Nowhere Inspite of perceived encirclement

Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Local, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

Opinion: President Yoweri Museveni, firstborn son of Amos and Esteeri Kokundeka Kaguta (R.I.P), was at his demonstration farm at Kawumu in...

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CIP Records P.I: Facts Why Gen. Kale Cannot Clean Police of the Trash he Himself Littered the Force with

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Crime, Opinion | 0 comments

KAMPALA, Uganda: On the night of March 19th 2017 at Kasaana-Kulambiro, Kyanja Parish in Nakawa Division, the President of the Republic of...

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Politically dead! From DP’s Brain Power to Brain Damage of Tribalism and Sectarianism!

Posted by on Apr 3, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Local, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

At this time when “the DOGs” (Days of Glory) have just ended and another season is in the offing at the ‘Miracle center,’ one need only to...

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THE LAST WORD: Africa through North Korean eyes

Posted by on Apr 3, 2017 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion | 0 comments

Why this communist state, with per capita income like ours, manufactures nuclear weapons and satellites while we can’t By Andrew M. Mwenda...

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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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DP Wrangles: What Are the Likely Impacts of the Tension on the Fortunes of the Uganda’s Oldest Political Party?

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

Just what are the likely impacts of the tension in the Democratic Party on the fortunes of the Uganda’s oldest political party? Well...

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Trump, trade, and the middle powers

Posted by on Mar 30, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Business, Economy, Opinion | 0 comments

Trump meets car makers recently COMMENT: Trump’s rejection of international trade rules by executive order and renegotiation foreshadow...

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COMMENT: Where has all the water gone?

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion | 0 comments

Collecting water from a river that has been reduced to a trickle in Mokhotlong district. PHOTO WFP COMMENT: Surface water resources, such...

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Untruthful Pseudo-Politicians Make a Desirable but Unachievable Kampala Story

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

Much as good things happen in life one would also expect to see negative forces imposing themselves on scene. To any sane Kampala city...

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