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  • Gulu Should Embark On Attracting High Quality Investments

    In the last decade, Gulu has experienced peace from twenty years of senseless genocide. This peace has proffered for youths to gather the debris of life to build a society of hopeful individuals. Many have ventured into social or grassroot journalism and local transportation. Using social media, youths have brought Gulu to the world, and […]


  • Museveni’s Role in regional Forced Displacement is understated

    Africa with a landmass of 30m Km2, twice the size of Europe, and with a population of 1.2billion inhabitants, is also the continent most afflicted with preventable incidences of violence and natural disasters that cause displacements. The consequences of violence alone, on displacement and human life are remarkable. The 2017 Global Report on Internal Displacement […]


  • Replicating Colonial-Era Land Acquisition Will Under-Develop Uganda

    In critical development, colonial legacy is synonymous with under-development of Africa. That a post-colonial Museveni is reproducing under-development by replicating colonial era economic exploitation approaches is quite surprising. When colonialism took root in Africa, its motive was to exploit Africa and its resources to feed European consumer capitalism. Indigenous Africans were valued only for labour, […]


  • Need for Public Debate On National Health Insurance Model

    Until the advent of Structural Adjustment, the Uganda government provided quality and equitable universal health care and tertiary education. Under the liberal market milieu, both sectors are on a steady decline. Health care and education are critical aspects of the economy because they shape the human capital for economic development. A healthy and educated population […]


  • The Whole Country Is On sale; Museveni Is The Sole Buyer

    This weekend was an embarrassing one for the two-faced Opposition. They must be walloping in humiliation with the revelation by their chief-buyer that they sell and buy cheap in the political market, like vegetables. The cheapness of our Opposition is a matter of interpretation. It reveals the outcome of social transformation under the three decades […]



  • Revisiting The Amuru Land Debacle And The Apaa Land Conflict

    Editor: This article was first published in 2015. With the ”Apaa land conflict” back i nthe news, we republish it again Many people have identified some distortions by Prof. Morris Ogenga-Latigo on Amuru Game Reserves, which have profound implications on current Apaa debacle, if not corrected. In his article that was published in the Observer […]


  • Labour Day Should Make Meaning To Work And Living Conditions

    Ugandans spend Labour Day unconsciously as simply another public holiday. Labour Day has a long treacherous history whose commemoration requires deeper and purposive reflections on understanding labour. The debate on labour has spanned generations, and yet no one ever explains the relations of labour to capital like Marx and Engels ever did. These analyses allow us time to place appropriate value on our everyday struggle for […]


  • A Tale of Unmasking a Ghost called TVO

    Mr. Fred Muwema’s litigation brought against the mysterious person called Tom Voltaire Okwalinga (TVO), in Ireland, is an interesting ghost chase. The case, many of you will remember, arises from post 2016 election as John Patrick Amama Mbabazi (JPAM) was preparing to challenge the fraudulent Presidential elections in Court. On morning of March 9, 2016, […]


  • A Letter To Acholi Leaders

    Dear Acholi Leaders; my leaders, I am writing for the very first time to you. Given the gravity of the subject, I humbly beg that you invest just few seconds of your rather busy schedule to scheme through this letter. This letter comes at a time when the online newspaper Acholi Times has reported a pending meeting […]


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