Category Culture and development

Only Buganda Has a Land Board,Why?

Where is the Teso Land Board? Where is the Lango Land Board? Where is the Acholi Land Board? Do such boards exist? If they do, why are they not as pronounced and as loud as the Buganda Land Board?

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Leaders of #Africa Get Real!

Now as the District Commissioner was saying about “efforts aimed at curbing pregnancies among school children”, do those efforts include disabling the function of penises of the men who insert theirs into school children?

#RethinkingMyConvictions: Alabama?

Watching the democratic process in Alabama and by extension the USA, it shocks me to the core about its revelation of the demons that form the basis on which Christianity is founded on. I could be wrong, but how is it at all possible that people who are supporting a man that is the very example of immorality do […]

“Backwardness” = Cultural Imperialism

As it is defined in the Cambridge Dictionary, “backwardness” means: “the state of not being developed, modern or advanced.” The concept of “backwardness” is popularly used to denigrate, among others, the cultures of African peoples from whence am descended. Yes, as seemingly Kaluya does so well, and, in my view as does Kalyegira.

Karamoja’s Beautiful food culture

The NRMO Administration, instead, plans to import semen of the Belgian Blue animals, for the purpose of breading them for beef for export. How is this more efficient than providing the relevant extension services for the Karimojong Zebu animals so that Uganda can produce, consume and export tons of akuring and emuna?

Food Trade, Population & Food Insecurity

It is not only France’s Emmanuel Macron who blames African women  for ‘underdevelopment’ it seems. The same racist and sexist views it would appear dog Uganda’s policies. Take for example the view of the National Resistance Movement Organisation (NRMO) Administration that an increase in the number of people who are food insecure in Uganda is […]

English A Weapon of Mass Destruction

“I am now speaking English. I refer to the British language as a captured weapon we are now employing.” His Excellency President Yoweri Kagutta Museveni speaking at the function at the residence of the British High Commissioner in Kampala for the 2017 Official Birthday celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and also the 65th anniversary of her reign.