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Thursday, March 22nd, 2018


MONEY SENSE: Financial literacy by Standard Chartered Bank for Safaricom

This is a 28 page document which Omar shared in our Uganda News group; Financial Literacy. The 28 pages looks scary but it is mostly charts and figures to illustrate so the word reading is very small. I suggest you read the document. Nawe ogww mukintu ove mu toyiiii!  Certainly, it is known that Ugandans prefer to read tasteless jokes and see nudes instead of reading something that benefits them.  This too has been noted in how many Financial Literacy or Leadership Seminars are scheduled in Uganda and most everyoneRead More

UGANDA: Hajji Hussein Kyanjo’s story; Museveni’s NRM thugs kill ruthlessly

via IFTTT Martha Leah Nangalama Published on 22 Mar 2018 Video from Makavelli. Copyright NBS. UGANDA: Hajji Hussein Kyanjo’s story. Museveni’s NRM thugs kill ruthlessly. It is interesting to note that even to this day many NRM apologists want Museveni to rule forever. Dimwits: do you know how many lives that man has destroyed? You might want to get the mobile numbers of his best friends. Aronda, Kazini, Mayombo, Kayiira, Ayume, Kiggundu, nabalala nabalala. Because one day they shall come for you too. Amen. I heard the gods of Rwenzori are thirsty.Read More

UGANDA: Kadaga begs UN for money for NRM thugs instead of Busoga jiggers

KAMPALA (@UG_EDGE) – Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has asked donors to tie aid to women-centred projects as a way of empowering local entrepreneurship. Kadaga was speaking during the 62nd Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women at the UN headquarters in New York. The Speaker said since the Word Bank and other agencies place restrictions on where their funds are to be spent, it is also fair that they keep true to their mantra of supporting women. “If they are talking about supporting women in this world, energizingRead More

CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA: Justin Trudeau govt paid Chris Wylie $100,000 for elections

Liberals’ $100,000 contract with Christopher Wylie one of several interactions between party, researcher THE GLOBE AND MAIL – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Research Bureau awarded a $100,000 contract in 2016 to Christopher Wylie, the whistle-blower at the centre of a global controversy over the misuse of data from tens of millions of Facebook users. The contract for a short-lived pilot project was no one-off: It was among many interactions between Mr. Wylie, the data-driven political entrepreneur, and the federal Liberal Party stretching back nearly a decade. The revelation on WednesdayRead More

UGANDA: Legislator insisted on advocating for wife beating, NRM thug violence

Onesmus Twinamasiko, you are no different from a village drunk When you opened your mouth over a week ago, you said this of wife beating, “You need to touch her a bit, you tackle her, beat her somehow to really streamline her.” By Dr. Opiyo Oloya Dear Onesmus Twinamasiko, Member of Parliament, you are famous worldwide as a wife- beater. When you opened your mouth over a week ago, you said this of wife beating, “You need to touch her a bit, you tackle her, beat her somehow to reallyRead More

UGANDA: Legislators finally wake up from slumber; question oil firms over documents  

KAMPALA (@UG_EDGE) – Officials from the Petroleum Authority of Uganda are under pressure to prevail upon oil companies that are yet to produce reports on their field exploration activities. The Public Accounts Committee, in response to a query from the Auditor General’s 2016/2017 report on the non-compliance, want the authority’s Executive Director, Ernest Rubondo, to enforce adherence. The Auditor General, in his report, noted that the companies are flouting Section 148 of the Petroleum Exploration, Development and Production Act, which requires companies to produce reports on “…geological, geochemical and geophysical workRead More

SEX: Spanish police burst black magic sex trafficking ring

SPUTNIK – Thirty nine Nigerian women and girls who were trafficked to Spain and forced into prostitution have been rescued after an international operation. Many of the victims had been tricked into complying after undergoing “juju” rituals. The National Crime Agency revealed details of the operation on Thursday, March 22, and said the Nigerian gang was known as the Eiye Confraternity. Police in Spain began investigating the network, who had members in Britain, after a victim escaped from their clutches and revealed details of how they were operating out of cave-like houses in a remote corner of Spain. They conducted aRead More

CANADA: Ontario Provincial Police infiltrated by criminals

SPUTNIK NEWS INVESTIGATES EXCLUSIVE:  ‘Organized Crime Has Infiltrated Police Services Throughout Ontario’ For over a decade, Paul Manning infiltrated dangerous criminal fraternities in the UK and Canada. However, it was not through crossing violent gangsters that he came closest to death – he believes his efforts to uncover police corruption landed him in the most trouble. Speaking exclusively to Sputnik, he documents his experiences. Kit Klarenberg In the early 1990s, Paul Manning joined the UK’s Royal Military Police — shortly after, he was recruited into the Special Investigations Branch, a CovertRead More

UGANDA: Daily murders continue unabated but country is “peaceful” thanks to NRM Thug Regime

via IFTTT Martha Leah Nangalama Published on 22 Mar 2018 Video from Uganda. Copyright NBS. UGANDA: Daily murders continue unabated but country is “peaceful” thanks to NRM Thug Regime.Maama Fina warned about these killings as well but far too many Ugandans have their heads buried in the sand singing peace (wakyili twebakako ekyilo). Good. Enjoy your peace and sleep. One day they will come for you too. Build a mansion among shacks amd soon your mansion will be attacked. MLN

AFRICA mega free trade bloc – Burundi out as 44 African states sign treaty

KAMPALA (@UG_EDGE) – At least 44 African states including Uganda on Wednesday signed a pact establishing African Continental Free Trade Area [AfCFTA] in Kigali, Rwanda to create a market of one billion people. According to the final tally, 44 countries signed the “AfCFTA” treaty, 43 signed the “Kigali Declaration” while 27 signed the “Protocol on Free Movement of People and the African Passport”. Burundi was singled out as those states that did not sign the trade treaty. The agreement becomes the largest since the creation of the World Trade Organisation withRead More