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Dear Countrymen and Countrywomen, especially the Bazukulu.

Again, I greet you. Thanks for responding to my two long messages on the social - media and mobile money taxes. I will send an additional message later. 

Today, however, I would like to add to my message of 11... Read More

Countrymen and Countrywomen and, especially the Bazukulu.

Countrymen and Countrywomen, and especially the Bazukulu.

Greetings to all of you. 

Thank you for responding to my message of 4th July 2018 on the issue of social- media and mobile money taxes. There were many... Read More

Since the General Elections in 2016, we have had 16 by-elections for Parliamentary seats. The NRM has won nine (9) by-elections and lost seven (7); five (5) to Independents, most of whom are NRM leaning in: Kyadondo County East - Wakiso District; Aruu North County... Read More

On 3rd December, 2017, while coming back from the PWD day in Kamwengye, I read a nice article in one of the Newspapers about Lake Nyabihoko.  The mythology of the Banyankore Bahororo tells us that that site was a huge Kraal (eka) of a rich man known as... Read More

Again, I congratulate our young friend, the Hon. Kyagulanyi, Bobi Wine, for his recent elections in Kyaddondo East.  I also notice that he is quite active in sending out messages about what he thinks should be done in our country, Uganda.  He had issued a statement some time ago in... Read More

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

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

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