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Friday, October 20th, 2017


Why Col. Abiriga’s village house is AIGP Kaweesi’s pigpen

Col. Ibrahim Abiriga is the M.P for Arua Municipality. He was born in 1956 and joined the army in 1971. He was at one time the Manager of Pakuba Lodge owned by the government. He has served in different military and civil service positions including Resident District Commissioner. He is now regarded as a top Museveni life Presidency scheme promoter. The recent stage-managed arson attempt on his village home brought to the public eye his dilapidated village house that is located within Arua Municipality. The dilapidated structure looks like theRead More

Boda boda 2010 vow to beat up and maim all opposed to Museveni life presidency

A group of passenger motorcycle riders dubbed Boda Boda 2010, which is feared for its attacks on government critics, has launched a campaign to confront groups opposed to the removal of the presidential age limit. Mr Abdullah Kitatta, the patron of Boda Boda 2010, a quasi-militia group, said the rallies by groups opposed to the removal of presidential age limit are intended to illegally topple the National Resistance Movement (NRM) party from power, an act they cannot tolerate. Mr Kitatta made the remarks at a meeting with several NRM leaningRead More

MPs’ pay held to fund age limit consultations

In order to raise the Shs 29 million for each MP to go and consult constituents on the age limit removal bill, parliament has cancelled foreign travel bookings for its staff and parliamentarians. A number of MPs and staff had been scheduled to travel this weekend to attend conferences in Senegal and South Africa but owing to the realignment of the legislature’s financial priorities, they have been told parliament will not foot their travel bill until the third quarter (April to June 2018). “Travel abroad is not going to happenRead More

How narcistic Museveni rediscovered Uganda’s need for him

In the mid 1990s when I lived in Tanzania, I had a Ugandan friend, John Omara. John, an Acholi from Gulu in northern Uganda, was brilliant, deep and thoughtful. He spoke in a low measured tone almost in a whisper, calmly and politely, letting you soak in what he was extrapolating. When we were not busy, we killed time by discussing the latest trends in media and journalism, East Africa’s current affairs and political economy, and African and world history. We agreed on many issues and many are the timesRead More

Isn’t it time for Uganda opposition to consider an armed struggle?

It is Ugandans who are interested in suffering the consequences of Museveni’s autocratic regime and I am eager to express that as my actual feeling, indeed it is. Look, in the whole world never has happened for a dictator to perform peaceful transition of powers to mere civilian body;  it has never and will never happen. Now ever since Museveni exceeded term limit, how many good politicians and with good wills that have been confronting him and accusing him for the same, the answer is very many, and during suchRead More

Today Col. Muammar Gaddafi went to sleep

TODAY IN HISTORY: 2011 The former leader of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, and his son Moatassem Gaddafi are killed shortly after the battle of Sirte (2011) while in the custody of NTC fighters. Authoritarian leader of Libya for 42 years who began as a revolutionary hero before establishing a regime where his supporters and family dominated Libyan politics and society till they and Gaddafi were overthrown in 2011 during the Arab Spring. Gaddafi came to power through the army and a bloodless coup in 1969 securing Libya revenue from its oilRead More

More than 50 Ugandans dead in Middle East trafficked as modern slaves

In the last few years, a number of companies have sprung up in Uganda claiming that they are offering good employment opportunities for Ugandans in the Middle East. Considering the high unemployment rate in the country, many jobless Ugandans, especially the youth, have been attracted to the opportunities offered. However, reports of inhumane treatment have continued to filter back and there is no end in sight. Some of the job seekers have been tortured, raped, drowned, burnt, and beheaded, etc. According to a watchdog report, more than 50 Ugandans workingRead More

America’s scramble for Africa

The ugly row over whether President Trump disrespected the young widow of a fallen American soldier has overshadowed a bigger issue. That is, the increasing number of US military operations across the African continent. Two weeks ago, Sgt La David Johnson (25) was killed along with three other US special forces troops when Islamist militants ambushed their patrol in the West African country of Niger. Trump got into hot water this week about reported offhand comments he made to the widow of Green Beret Johnson. The president denies he saidRead More

Bury Edson Nasasira on Independence grounds as all heroes must be buried

NASASIRA EDSON MUST BE BURIED AT KOLOLO HERO’S CEMETERY. In order to honor Nasasira Edson patriotism and for standing up to what is right for his country, I call upon all Ugandans who take this struggle serious to demand that, the late Edson be buried at Kololo and a moment of silence be observed nation wide. Edson was only 22 years old and at the very beginning of his journey in a long life when the government of dictator Museveni decided that it was time for him to leave hisRead More

We will all be Edson Nasasira

On Wednesday October 18, 2017, every Ugandan youth against Dictator Yoweri Museveni’s life presidency got a very clear message. WE WILL SHOOT AND KILL YOUR KIDS. Ssabalwanyi President Yoweri Museveni talina jalaga. NRM telina welaga. Tugenda okkuta abana bamwe. ….yeah it is over when the fat pig sings. She did. That meant that the people would start running into bullets. You see, many of you think that a genocide happens when a million people are slaughtered in 3 weeks. WRONG. Museveni has been slaughtering but you continued enjoying your sleep,Read More