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OPINIONS: ‘Breakdown in public security management’ in Uganda 

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Things fall apart: Gen. Kale Kayihura’s song out

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OPINION: Former RDC tells President Museveni to quit State Power

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During the peak of the Lord’s Resistance Army[LRA] rebels activities, hundreds of Internally Displaced Persons [IDPs] from neighbouring sub-counties were hosted in Barlonyo, Ogur sub-county, Lira district. Similar camps existed in major towns and trading centres of Northern Uganda. On 21st, February, 2004, over 200 mass killings took place in Barlonyo. On that day, it ceased being called Barlonyo. It …

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President Museveni has been passed fit for 2021 and beyond presidential polls by his party’s top decision making body, CEC. Mr. Museveni, even without endorsement by CEC last week, was guaranteed his candidacy in the next general polls after parliament removed presidential age limit from the Constitution. After it [constitutional amendment of Article 102(b)] faced …

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The retired assistant Bishop of the Church of Uganda, Bishop David Zac Niringiye has criticized National Resistance Movement [NRM] government under the leadership of President Yoweri Museveni. Zac says the President; also the NRM party national chairman has eternally been lying to Ugandans about his retirement from office. Citing the recent decision by the Central …

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By Asuman Odaka I have been actively engaged in the politics of Uganda since 2004 and very close to the centre of the organize opposition. I have also been in the informal but legal political activism as provided for in article 38(2) of the Ugandan constitution. This article is therefore my personal opinion informed by …

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By J.J Opondo Perhaps I should stress a very important observation here that what’s affecting UPC is that the transition from current system should be automatic whereby all our comrades worldwide to abandon the conditions they are in and run into the arms of our founder members without the offer of security in terms of …

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By Asuman Odaka I have heard very loathsome, contemptible, despicable, detestable, abhorrent, treasonous, and repugnant statements to even a shabby democracy of our caliber. The talk was originally that Bobi Wine cannot win Museveni, but has now changed to one insinuating that the army will not allow Bobi Wine to be President – this is …

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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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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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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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