Monthly Archives: August 2014
Uganda has the potential to feed its entire population through the practice of organic agriculture. Comparative to ‘modern’ agriculture, organic agriculture requires more labour – and Uganda has got over 30 million people. ‘Modern’ agriculture has a lot of hidden costs – the effects of extensive use of artificial chemical fertilizers and pesticides – which […]
The transformation of Uganda’s land tenure from communal systems to individual ownership systems, is one of the major ways in which Ugandans have been disempowered by ‘modern governance’.
Clearly members of parliament without money sense and who are stealing from government coffers in broad day light to leverage a lifestyle beyond their means shouldn’t be in the position accorded the prefix ‘honourable’.
A good use for Article 110 (1): calling for a state of emergency in Uganda – crisis of no public toilets
While Uganda has a shortage of public health facilities our members of parliament partake of looting of our staff coffers.
Uganda’s domestic trade policies seem to favour non-Ugandan’s. This is illogical.