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Uganda's problems are bigger than Museveni

On Friday last week (November 7, 2014), after the KFM “hot seat” radio show, my friend Ivan Okuda shared with us a letter to the editor that was set to appear in the Sunday Monitor, the now famous open letter by another friend, Vincent Lengkeek, to the president. 935 more words

Uganda Catholic Lawyers’ Society Statement on the NRM Scheduled Delegates Conference.

Dear All, my learned colleague On UAH,

one of the members, WBK, is accusing me of having authored along with my colleagues the statement here below. 733 more words


65 million tourists visited Africa in 2013

KAMPALA, Uganda - The number of foreign tourists who visited Africa in 2013 hit 65.1 million according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). 402 more words

On a Safari in Uganda, Safe from Ebola and revealing in nature's splendor

Uganda is a land of beauty, magic, discovery, where you watch the morning rise over the Rwenzori Mountains and hear the sound of a lonely fiddle to the beating of the African drums, being entertained by the diverse cultures. 454 more words

Museveni, this is how you can solve the Kagingo Problem

The fracas around the management of President Yoweri Museveni’s Social Media interactions has been with us for a while now with stories of infighting among some key staff. 619 more words


How can NRM hold credible elections given the struggle about missing register and membership?

Are local elections being held to elect delegates afresh? How can NRM hold credible elections given the struggle about missing register and membership? Do you understand GIGO? 75 more words


Kagingo's Statement on the hacking of the president's twitter and Facebook accounts!

I have noted concerns about recent posts made on President Museveni’s facebook account, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. This is to clarify that am not responsible.

Whereas I was the only admin to the account, the last post I made was to wish Uganda Cranes victory in the match Vs Togo before the account was hijacked by persons unknown. 1,003 more words