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Sunday, February 4th, 2018


Hostile bid launched to take over Jobless Youth, National Association of Unemployed

These two corporations will fall because we have assembled a team of people who will beat anyone for this hostile take over. We will not name our price per share yet until we analyse their financial statements and their performance on the USE (Uganda Stock Exchange). Private share holders of both organisations are invited to show their hands so that we can play fair. We already have the upper hand since both organisations have JOBLESS and UNEMPLOYED in their names. It will come down to negotiating with their share holdersRead More

RWOMUSHANA: Mozey Radio was killed like many other musicians

I had earlier submitted this young musician was murdered and there is an attempt to do a cover up. .. There appears to be a deadly plot to decimate these musicians more so that they are political and like political parties are centers of energy in mass mobilisation. Like religious leaders they are bribed to support the #alNakba. .. These musicians are there for hire. .. If they thought they are safe in a repressive system, then they are stupid. . I have already raised several questions on this youngRead More

MUSEVENI: works for his family, not Uganda

MUSEVENI WAS NOT JOKING..”I AM WORKING FOR MY FAMILY AND POLITICAL BELIEFS”.! We must all come together and change the government. This regime is not for the well being of its citizens. When Museveni said he was only working for his family and his political beliefs, he was NOT joking and an example is what happened during the age limit amendments where Museveni had no problems securing $11M in just weeks to get his political beliefs funded. We have heard that the late Moses Sekiboggo, was a strong supporter ofRead More

UGANDA: How to benefit from Social Media is now a reality

Some of you remember a story I shared many years ago of when my brother James electrocuted me and I arose from death then went for his blood. That brat had wired up the boys quarters door to the socket and yelled through the window that the door was stuck and “Leah come open the door for me”.  So I run up the steps to open the door for him and get a current that throws me down the hill. When father was called by our neighbour nurse who wasRead More

Kwame Nkurumah warned about neocolonialism

WRITTEN BY Mark Langan – Quartz Africa Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo has attracted international attention for emphasizing how important it is for Ghana to have a greater degree of sovereignty in its dealings with international partners. Less discussed is how much his impactful critique of aid dependency borrow from the ideas and sentiments of Ghana’s first president, Kwame Nkrumah, and his writings in the 60s and 70s on neo-colonialism. In December, Akufo-Addo delivered a stern indictment of Africa’s aid dependency on (and implicitly, policy oversight from) European benefactors during an official visitRead More

Fr. Katerega sermon on Mozey Radio death

via IFTTT Fr. Kateregga historic sermon at Mozey Radio requiem mass, Rubaga. The audio is available on WhatsApp if you ask +15068716371. This is the Youtube link.  Please note that it is only his sermon, not the whole mass service.

Moral decay as armed gang attacks mourners

STANDARD MEDIA – It is not the first time marauding youth gangs are terrorising residents in the larger Kisauni area [Courtesy] Several people are nursing deep cut wounds following an attack by a marauding gang of youths in Kisauni constituency, Mombasa County. Reports indicate the gang of young men invaded a funeral near Savannah hospital in Magogoni ward in Kisauni constituency, slashed and robbed mourners and robbed them before descending on other residents on a rampage that lasted hours. The wounded were treated at local hospitals. According to Junda WardRead More

Is It Relevant, What They Are Teaching Us?

The conversation was along certain lines but soon descended into funny stuff. It was about the weather that has been quite hot for January and now taking us into February. “This weather is not fair for us the married, you reach sleep time and don’t wish to share a bed with anyone. One of these days I should start sleeping in the couch.” My mind quickly took me back to Mr Malinga’s Economics class at Lords Meade where he taught us about the positive checks and preventive checks that helpRead More

CHINA TRADE: EAC fish industry heads for shut down

NAIROBI (THE EAST AFRICAN) – At the Nairobi City Market, fish traders are doing roaring business, but little of that money is going to the fishermen and women on Lake Victoria who spend nights on the lake to bring in a catch. Instead, millions of shillings will find their way to the accounts of large firms in Beijing, China, which has become the world’s largest supplier of fish. Daniel Kamau, who has been selling Tilapia fillet at the market for eight years, says he now doubles up as an agentRead More

PERSUATION: How to negotiate like FBI during hostage rescue

How to be persuasive: 7 secrets from hostage negotiation By Eric Barker – THE LADDERS. We all have to have difficult conversations. And they’d be easier if you knew how to be persuasive. Whether it’s dealing with family members, buying a car or negotiating a raise, persuasion is always a useful skill. But much of what you read doesn’t work in tough scenarios. So I decided to call someone who has handled the most challenging scenarios imaginable — ones where lives are on the line… Chris Voss was the FBI’s lead international hostageRead More