LETS CREDIT FDC ON IT’S MERITS!

A lot of things are fascinating about Uganda, how we steal stockpiles of money, how our ministers steal underpants and others steal blankets meant for displaced people, we are a funny race that need not prove it. Flip on to the positive side of Uganda; FDC has elections – tick, FDC had a presidential debate … Continue reading LETS CREDIT FDC ON IT’S MERITS!

YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT GLOBALLY WHAT’S YOUR TAKE?

GOVERNMENT GIVEN 1 DAY ULTIMATUM TO EXPLAIN UNEMPLOYMENT. Youths under a newly formed group ‘Uganda unemployed forum’ have given government one-day ultimatum to explain the spiraling unemployment rate in the country and thereafter provide solutions for the situation. The group led by Aisu David a graduate of Makerere University with a bachelor of business administration … Continue reading YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT GLOBALLY WHAT’S YOUR TAKE?

UNDERSTANDING EALA: WHO OF US IS WRONG?

Politics like all other past scenarios, has taken center stage in one of the few breathers that could have finally uplifted the East African region from one of starving kids and war hungry generals to a much more formidable and respected region in the world. I refuse to let this go unwritten about because, in … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING EALA: WHO OF US IS WRONG?

The African Image: who is responsible?

Well, today my battles with my alarm clock and it's jealous attitude for my relationship with my bed were not only few but short-lived as well. The usual daily routine of bump onto a taxi, hit potholes, complain over fares, marvel at the sleeping street beggars,  pay a coin to street begging kids then reach … Continue reading The African Image: who is responsible?

why Museveni is more worried than Charles Taylor

Today, if you watch international news, you must have noticed a close to being African historical re-engineer his efforts towards achieving a life-long degree in the college of understanding (charles Taylor, for the slow ones) . What puzzles me most about this is not the fact that he was found guilty but if  ICC were … Continue reading why Museveni is more worried than Charles Taylor