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  • PART 1: Frowning about Gulu’s prostitutes is elite posturing

      I followed the discussions on prostitution in Gulu keenly on social and mainstream media. The discussions started well, highlighting the blight of child prostitution – a shameful situation that taints the conscience of society. Children should be enjoying their childhood in protected homes and developing their faculties to become responsible citizens. That some are […]


  • Hunger pandemic awaits – so lets us grow food during COVID-19

      The reason we fear COVID-19 is we fear to die. However, some situations and conditions are causing death while we run away from COVID-19-related deaths. Deaths and human sufferings have no preferred causes. If we have decided to fear COVID-19-related death, we should also protect our population from other causes of preventable deaths and […]


  • It is our culture that we are trading in the liberal market

    As a country, we have become accustomed to deception as a gateway to success. The target of the extortion is the developed western countries and donors who are paying for decisions that should be made voluntarily. The payment, though, is not in vain. It serves an imperialist or patronage purpose. In that case, the deception […]



  • Distrust in Uganda is a potent chalice killing cooperation

    The amount of time we spend protecting our integrity and reputation in a paradoxical society is testimony of a crisis. Liberalism has taught us to detach from everything social and adhere to a pursuit of materialism. To undermine the public for the private, and the social for individualism. Incidentally, we attempt to adhere to traditions […]



  • Enough with Mwenda’s mercenary propaganda

    At his 2016 inaugural speech, Museveni assured the nation that he would terminate all opposition by 2021. Since then, Andrew Mwenda has gained reputation as the man on this mission by exploiting that window of opportunity to make fortune. By promising to eliminate opposition, many understood Museveni to have meant containing the influence of Rtd. Dr. Kiiza […]


  • Handle Kyagulanyi And His Generation Carefully

        The high handedness with which the state has handled Kyadondo East MP, Hon. Robert S. Kyagulanyi and Mityana Municipality MP, Francis Zaake moved Uganda to a new level of tyranny. MP. Zaake is hooked up on life support, in a medical vegetative state (Editor: President Museveni in a statement on Sunday said Zaake […]


  • No place for a Third Force in Polarized Uganda

      The idea of a “third force” in Uganda’s body politics is improbable. Such an idea compounds the ideological confusion in our politics. The third force idea appeals as an excuse for laggards or an easy escape route for those who are afraid of dramatic change to the politics upon which they have derived privileges. […]


  • Harnessing Africa: Is Neoliberalism working for Africa?

    The global news of black African youths in their prime being traded in an open slave in Libya was a harsh reality. The resurgence of slave markets is probably another failure of neo-liberalism. Where liberal democracy and liberal rights should be the mainstay of a liberal society we find its proponents subverting liberal democracy by […]


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