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I have been either closely following or actively involved in World and African political events for the last 56 years.  In those 56 years, I have noticed many happenings, behaviours, etc.  One of the groups that I have observed with interest are the Western “Liberals”, “Leftists”, etc... Read More

In recent months, two western ruling groups have suffered defeat in the elections. Although it is not the culture of Africans to talk about other people’s “houses” (internal affairs of other people), I feel compelled to comment on the events in the USA, Britain and Hungary in recent times... Read More

The NRM is a revolutionary Movement. It started as part of the Student Movement in the 1960s as a reaction against the sectarian politics of religion and tribe of those days. We were also contemptuous of gender chauvinism (marginalizing women, the youth, the disabled, etc). We evolved the... Read More

As I wrote in the other day’s paper, the careerist attitudes that have flooded into the Party, caused problems for leaders (mainly financial) and disoriented voters (expecting meaningless bribes from the leaders). To remind the reader, careerism means going into leadership as a job (murimu,... Read More

Greetings to the youth of Uganda. St. Paul had an efficient system of communicating with the early Christian communities in the form of the Epistles to the respective groups. The word “epistles” comes from a Greek word “epistole” and means a formal or written communication. However, my... Read More

I would like to inform the reader that by today, the 15th December, 2015, I have addressed 104 constituency rallies out of the total of 290 constituencies. This is in 48 districts of the 112 districts of Uganda. What is remarkable is that almost all these rallies are characterized by two factors... Read More

As usual, Dr. Besigye is either not honest or not serious in the manner he visited and propagandized about the unrehabilitated state of Abim Hospital. We all know that a number of the old hospitals are not yet rehabilitated, including Abim. I have visited Abim Hospital myself several times, the... Read More

About two or so weeks ago, I made a voice recorded message that I caused to be transmitted to the listeners over the social media network known as WhatsApp that some irresponsible people have, apparently, been using to spread falsehoods. That time, the message was in Runyankore-Rukiga (part of... Read More

This is in the Church of Uganda Prayer Book on page 10; but, apparently, it is also in the Book of Mathew Chap: 23:23. It says in the Bible:“…Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you pay tithe of mint and anise and cummin, and have neglected the weightier matters of the law:... Read More

The most atrocious, criminal, cowardly and monstrous attacks by Al-Shabaab against soft and innocent targets such as shoppers in a Shopping Mall, young students in a University or football fans watching the World Cup matches at the Rugby Club in Kampala may look very frightening to those that... Read More

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