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Monday, September 3rd, 2018

 

UGANDA: Even God does not want this ‘2021’ talk

EVEN GOD DOES NOT WANT THIS ‘2021 TALK’ Oppressed Ugandans under the yoke of Museveni’s 32 years of military dictatorship are dreaming about 2021 when they are to get rid of Museveni. Since Museveni took over power 32 years ago, the country has witnessed five rounds of presidential elections; 1996, 2001, 2006, 2011 and 2016. In all these sham elections, all the different presidential contenders have been contesting with the state and in particular, Museveni’s security machinery. Through state inspired violence and outright rigging, Museveni has always managed to retainRead More


UGANDA: Freedom of speech means even your opponent must be allowed to speak

Why I defend Bobi Wine and Bebe Cool’s freedom of choice By Muniini K Mulera Dear Tingasiga;At the centre of Uganda’s deepening political crisis is a large freedom deficit and an absence of democracy. The claim that the presence of several registered political parties and the ritual of regular elections every five years is evidence of democracy is an illusion. Ugandan parliamentary and presidential campaigns are a predictable exercise in state-sponsored violence against the Opposition, limited reactive violence against ruling party activists, obscene and widespread purchase of voter support withRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for September 4, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for September 4, 2018 is South Park. “Starvin’ Marvin” is the eighth episode in the first season of the American animated television series South Park. It first aired on Comedy Central on November 19, 1997. A satire on the humanitarianism industry and American indifference toward impoverished countries, it was written and directed by series co-creator Trey Parker (pictured). In the episode, Cartman, Kenny, Kyle and Stan send money to an African charity hoping to get a sports watch, but are instead sent an EthiopianRead More


UGANDA: Tanzania charges Ugandan trucks Shs1.8m each

Trucks at a border. Ugandan trucks entering Tanzania are charged Shs1.8 million each regardless of the distance covered. FILE PHOTO  DAILY MONITOR – Uganda has asked Tanzania to consider 24-hour border operations. Why is that important to Uganda? This is a case with Mutukula One-Stop Border Post (OSBP), which is our main gateway entry on the Central Corridor that serves mainly cargo from Dar-es-Salaam Port. Considering that we already have 24-hour operations at other OSBPs such as Busia, Malaba, Katuna and so Mutukula must have the same arrangement so that theRead More


Trending Uganda has uploaded a new video on YouTube

TAMALE MIRUNDI warns Museveni about Bobi wine, “He can make a better President for Uganda” TAMALE MIRUNDI warns Museveni’s Government about Bobi wine,”He can make a better President for Uganda” For more #TamaleMirundi weekly analysis click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuKc12Id0ekil1zgI9s2DsWaRGGgZ73LI , #Bobiwine, #Museveni,#bebecool, View on YouTube —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: September 03, 2018 at 07:57PM


Liked on YouTube: Mac Davis – It’s Hard To Be Humble (1980)

Mac Davis – It’s Hard To Be Humble (1980) Mac Davis – It’s Hard To Be Humble (1980) Casablanca 2244 bw/The Greatest Gift Of All Original vinyl album: Hard To Be Humble (Casablanca 7207) (It’s Hard To Be Humble) “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance inRead More


Trending Uganda has uploaded a new video on YouTube

Besigye forced to Apologize for Bebe cool’s downfall because he groomed Bobi wine PLEASE share & Subscribe to Trending Uganda For more Click here – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuKc12Id0ekg2srtzzu8nXKy0aSilQ_Rp 🔥Stay updated! 🔔 Subscribe Now 🔥 https://www.youtube.com/c/trendinguganda 🔥 #BebeCool,#FreeBobiwine,#Museveni, #Bobiwine, #PeoplePower_OurPower, #PeoplePowerOurPower, #KassianoWadri,#Chameleone, #Museveni, #bebecool,#Bobiwine, #Gossip, #Wolokoso, #Olugambo, #News, #Politics, #Uganda, #Kampala,#Arua, View on YouTube —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: September 03, 2018 at 07:02PM


LIBYA: Facebook blocked in Tripoli and other cities as fighting rages: residents

TRIPOLI (Reuters) – Facebook has been blocked in the Libyan capital of Tripoli and other cities, residents said on Monday as fighting between rival groups raged. Facebook is the main platform for news in Libya with officials, ministries and armed groups that effectively control the country posting statements there. The blockage started at noon, angry users wrote on Twitter. Several Libya residents confirmed they could not access Facebook. Tripoli has been shaken by more than a week of clashes between rival groups, the latest episode of chaos in the NorthRead More


PARENTING: Theodore finally took a bath after a long time

Those who have read the story of MY DOG THEODORE know how much Tasha loves her dog. Today is a public holiday in Canada and USA so we have had a lazy day. However, hat happened this morning is Tasha woke up and suddenly had a PLAN. “Mom, Theodore needs a bath”.  Me “let us take him in the backyard and hose him down!”. Non mother, he seriously needs a good bath.  I know this place which is like a car wash for pets. Works like a car wash butRead More


UGANDA: We must not forget the other #Arua33 #PeoplePower

Dear fellow Ugandans, These are hard times for our mother land. For all those who fought for Bobi Wine and Francis Zaake to be released so they could get medical care outside of Uganda, thank you. Now, we need to shift focus to the other #Arua33.  We need and must demand for their medical care. We galvanized around Bobi Wine and Francis Zaake.  However, they were not the only ones tortured to near death. The message from Bobi Wine today was refreshing for us to know what regime we areRead More