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  • Mao Should Let The End Justify The Means

    We learnt long ago that Political Parties are formed to vie for power and capture it. Once in power, the party must fight as much it can to retain power. The success of a political Party is judged by its abilities in retaining power. Parties criticizing the strategies of the other is only part of […]


  • Talk Of Mafia Erodes Hope For Democracy In Uganda

    In the last couple of weeks, Uganda’s media space has been awash with controversies and scandals, one after the other. The storm created by the powerful Byanyima family during the Kanyumunyu murder bail hearing, and Hon. Odonga Otto’s antics rivalled and suppressed the topical “Presidential Handshake” involving pillaging 6 billion Shs for officials of the […]


  • Kasese Massacre Was Just An Episode

    When Ugandans woke up on the morning of November 26, 2016, all they heard, read and saw in the news were dead bodies, a burnt palace, and video clips of the Rwenzururu King, His Highness, Charles Mumbere arrested and dragged into custody like an ordinary chicken thief. Subsequent imagery coming out of the fiasco – […]


  • Treat Sexual Health Education As A Human Rights To Health

    The ban on Comprehensive Sex Education in Uganda’s schools needs challenging. That Uganda has a Ministry of Ethics and Integrity that is entirely engrossed with sexual morality but does not support sexual health education in school is shameful. Sexual Health needs to be framed and presented as a human rights to health in line with […]


  • Museveni Is Riding On The ghosts Of Art. 269 In Kampala Of Today

    The Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago must be applauded for turning down an invitation to meet with Mr. Museveni over the fate of Kampala’s evictions. The “Muloodi” was right. In reiterating that the whole purpose of meeting Mr. Museveni was to devise plans to implement the agenda of ousting opposition from Kampala, Muloodi interpreted it right. […]


  • Addressing The National Paradox Of Alcoholism

    The reading from Hon. Nobert Mao in the Daily Monitor of November 16, 2016 left me wanting more. The debate on Hon. Betty Nambooze’s proposed bill to regulate alcohol business in Uganda is one that needs courage and sober recollection. It is unfortunate that the proposed bill has already cultivated bad blood between ”School Teacher” […]


  • Uganda’s Health Service Delivery Strategy needs a rethink

    I previously questioned the endemic nature of the problems that is steadily driving our health service delivery system to crumble. The editorial of the Daily Monitor on October 5, 2016 remarked on the Health Ministry’s plan to close nearly 7000 Health Centre IIs in the country. The commentary cited the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, […]


  • What Is It With Uganda’s Health Sector?

      The state of health care services in Uganda has literally collapsed. At least, from the experiences of Ugandans who are confronted by its failures. The bad state of the healthcare is only symptomatic, something that the public has consensus over. Painfully, nobody seems able to do anything about it. There is a pattern to […]




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