Monthly Archives: February 2016

Uganda Presidential Election Results 2016: The Opinions that Should Count

On the night of Sunday, 21st February 2016, I read with absolute disbelief a tweet that was credited to the United States Government Mission in Kampala declaring: “Ugandan people deserved better.” I presume better than the current President of Uganda, His Excellency Yoweri Kagutta Museveni. Which Ugandans, all Ugandans, really? And what constitutes better for […]

IT’S JUST ANOTHER ELECTION, FOLKS, NOT THE END OF THE WORLD

Originally posted on kalungikabuye:
This article ran in the New Vision on Friday, Feb 19th, the day after Uganda’s elections. But it was written before the elections.  Until recently I belonged to several WhatsApp groups, made out of different kind of people so each one served up different observations and views on life. But I…

Uganda’s Official Language, English, challenges us, Ugandans

“I am here to talk about Uganda, not fiction. If you want a Nobel prize in (English) Literature, then you can talk the way you want.” His Excellency Y. K. Museveni

“Rights” Concept Abused as it is Misapplied

It the right and duty of active citizens to hold to account those who contest for the Presidency of Uganda.