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By Asuman Odaka Although I’ve been opposing the Museveni’s regime throughout my political life, only one aspect of his regime wins my emotion and protection; the professional men and women in uniform. Whenever I am driving on a highway and I securely detect a person in uniform by the roadside, I have always stopped my …

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Fifty percent of health workers in Gulu district are not attending to their respective duties without credible reasons, this contemporary online newspaper has learnt. The Gulu district acting Health Officer, Yoweri Idiba explains. “Out of the 50 percent of the health workers who misses work, 10% are on leave, 10% off duty, and 10% absent …

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By Odaka Asuman Although am a Muslim, there are Pentecostal Pastors I enjoyed listening to, Pastor Martin Ssempa was one of those. I loved his radical and uncompromising stance against immortality and injustice. When I was at Makerere university , it was Pastor Ssempa’s  radical talks that used to attract me to the Friday evening …

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By Asuman Odaka 2018! With only hours to 2019, I know you my readers want it to end anyhow.  According to the Ugandan whether focus, 2019 is likely to end with rain. In my Luo culture rain comes to wash the bad as it brings blessings. The Author – Asuman Odaka. This will wash the …

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DHAKA, Bangladesh — Bangladesh’s ruling alliance overwhelmingly won Sunday’s election, official results confirmed early Monday, allowing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to govern for a third straight term despite allegations of intimidation and the opposition disputing the outcome. The Awami League-led alliance won 288 out of 300 seats, Election Commission Secretary Helal Uddin Ahmed said in …

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By Asuman Odaka Since Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe ascended to the top post of the Ivory tower, many disturbing policies are being passed and Ugandan are simply silent not knowing they are breeding a dictatorship in an institution that is supposed to be a centre of intellectual discourse as it trains free thinking. This kind of …

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By Asuman Odaka People Power (Amani g’Abantu) as a political slogan calling people to action first emerged as a political statement from the Bugiri Municipality Elections that brought Hon. Asuman Basalirwa to parliament. Credit is given to the few who originated the slogan that is threatening to take Mr. Museveni to his waterloo. People Power …

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Washington DC, United States – A temporary government shutdown was all but guaranteed Friday night as Congress struggled to break a stalemate over money for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall. Parts of the government will close if Congress cannot pass seven spending bills by midnight Friday. Lawmakers scrambled through the afternoon and into the …

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WITH 2018 coming to a close, everyone is eager to roll off the 2018 curtain for 2019. With more than 360 days it will have, there must be commitment each minute to ensure 2018 unaccomplished projects; tasks are extensively finished in its first quarter or by its close by December. TND Inspiration Desk takes you …

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By Peter Labeja I am too mad at the Forum for Democratic Change Party for continuously vindicating the National Resistance Movement Party’s long stay in power. What will the generation of Bobi Wine tell their grand children about the Forum for Democratic Change Party? First, that everything fellow journalist Andrew Mwenda said about them was …

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