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The challenge of state legitimacy

Posted by on Feb 19, 2018 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion | 0 comments

German sociologist, Max Weber Government can only govern if people comply with its demands, but why do people comply? THE LAST WORD |...

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Fashionable nonsense

Posted by on Feb 12, 2018 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion | 0 comments

It is fashionable across our continent to condemn governments for poor delivery of public goods and services like health How the debate on...

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Losing my innocence

Posted by on Feb 5, 2018 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Uganda | 0 comments

  FILE PHOTO:  Tanzania’s Magufuli (right) confers with Uganda Museveni (left) at a African Union meeting in Addis last...

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Reconsidering governance in Africa

Posted by on Jan 29, 2018 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Uganda | 0 comments

African leaders after an OAU summit in 1963 Reconsidering governance in Africa: Why our obsession with copying and pasting western...

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Looming M7 Cabinet Reshuffle: Margaret Muhanga, Betty Anywar, Abdu Katuntu and Raphael Magyezi set to eat Big

Posted by on Jan 22, 2018 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

ENTEBBE, Uganda: News in the corridors of power indicates that President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has already drafted a list of people he...

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Is America a shithole country?

Posted by on Jan 22, 2018 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, America, Opinion, Uganda | 0 comments

FILE PHOTO: Trump speaks at a luncheon with African leaders last year. How Trump and his African admirers judge the quality of something...

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A Tale of Arsene Wenger Kifeefe’s Arsenal and Sir Alex Ferguson Sevo’s Man-U in Ugandan Political Version

Posted by on Jan 19, 2018 in All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

By Daniel Kagiri-Kaddu Munamasaka Thierry’s move to Barca broke our hearts but we were quick to give him the benefit because at the...

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The poverty of Africa’s elites

Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Lifestyle, Opinion, Uganda | 0 comments

The much referred to Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew. It is perhaps only in Africa where most intellectuals are only waiting for that one...

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The Rise, Rise and Inevitably Imminent Demise of the Hitherto Mighty Red Pepper Tabloid

Posted by on Dec 13, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Business, Crime, Opinion | 0 comments

The hard-fisted swoop down on Red Pepper, the tabloid blockbuster that has seen it banished and its sister publications off the streets...

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Rethinking politics in Africa

Posted by on Dec 11, 2017 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics, Uganda | 0 comments

How events in Zimbabwe expose the false assumptions that inform explanations of developments on this continent THE LAST WORD | Andrew M....

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Opinion: If 1% of Uganda’s Population Started Mining Bitcoin, UEGCL Would Have To Construct A New Dam Every 2 Months

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

By Ian Ortega It is now clear that there is no escaping the Bitcoin revolution. Bitcoin is here to stay, and so is Blockchain, the...

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Civil Rights Activist Pens Down An Open Letter to General Kale Kayihura –Every Ugandan Should Read…

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

Open latter to General Kale Kayihura. Dear “Acting” IGP I have read your statement released in response to allegations that you are...

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Togikwatako Remedy: One Man’s Strategic Tricks on how to foil the Constitutional Alteration of Article 102-b

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

Opinion: First and foremost, I recognize that President Museveni is a Military General and a good organizer. He cannot be defeated in his...

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Mbabazi Story: How Money, Sex and search for Audio Recording led to her troubles in the Sleepless Kaweesi Murder Case

Posted by on Oct 17, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Crime, Local, Opinion | 0 comments

When the police last week clashed with ISO Guards at the home of Christine Mbabazi, the lady currently in news for security-caused...

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OPINION: It is time for Gospel Artistes to break out of their shell and shine

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

Judith Babirye is one of the leading gospel artistes in Uganda By James Propa Do you something awesome to share with the world? Click here...

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And What’s that Unfinished Business that makes Mr. Museveni ask us for more every time?

Posted by on Oct 16, 2017 in All Uganda Today Posts, Local, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

UGANDA today like some other African countries is still struggling with the aspect of a peaceful transfer of power. While within his own...

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Africa’s real intellectual crisis

Posted by on Oct 16, 2017 in Africa, All Uganda Today Posts, Opinion, Politics, Uganda | 0 comments

  Why Museveni is not the cause of the problems of Uganda but rather their product and reflection THE LAST WORD | Andrew M. Mwenda | Last...

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Of Bobi Wine’s baptism of fire, Nambooze’s American ‘connections’ and how Abiriga outsmarts entire opposition

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

Opinion: Freshly ascended MP Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu aka Bobi Wine of Kyaddondo East constituency, has officially been inducted into the...

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COMMENT: Museveni’s useless courses

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

  Why President’s flippant talk about curriculum suggests Uganda could soon get a University of Boda boda COMMENT | JOSEPH WERE | I...

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Are Ugandans docile?

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

The failure of effective protests to support the actions of MPs on the floor of parliament is evidence of its ideological nature and the...

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