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Besigye's House Of Cards Begins To Crumble

By Andrew M. Mwenda

The radical extremist faction of FDC led by opposition presidential candidate for life, Kizza Besigye, is already pushing that party towards an open split. 168 more words

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A Look at the Global Evolution of Direct Carrier Billing

According to a recent report in Android Headlines (1), the long-awaited alliance between Google and India’s largest mobile carrier, Bharti Airtel, to offer Direct Carrier Billing (DCB) has finally come to pass. 271 more words

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A Look at the Global Evolution of Direct Carrier Billing

According to a recent report in Android Headlines (1), the long-awaited alliance between Google and India’s largest mobile carrier, Bharti Airtel, to offer Direct Carrier Billing (DCB) has finally come to pass. 1,035 more words

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More Scientific Proof To Refuse Vaccines

By Catherine J. Frompovich | The Free Thought Project

According to the U.S. CDC and FDA, vaccines are ‘safe’!  That’s the mantra both have been propagandizing for longer than anyone can remember, but is it true? 789 more words

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Inside Besigye's Hypocrisy

By Andrew M. Mwenda

During the 2015 attempt to field a joint presidential candidate for the opposition TDA, Besigye mobilized a faction of radical youth in FDC to go to the TDA offices and kidnap him and hold him hostage until he declares that he has been “forced by the masses” to run again. 160 more words

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MWENDA: YOU HAVE SUNK SO LOW TO SAY M7 IS MORE TOLERANT THAN BESIGYE!

By Apangu Kennedy Fanuel

Mwendah, to suggest that Museveni’s system is more tolerant than Besigye is the climax of your irrelevance. First things first. Do you think TVO is the enemy majority Ugandans face today? 472 more words

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Why Besigye Is A Dangerous Opportunist

 By Andrew Mwenda

Today FDC stands at the crossroads. Although the party was born to oppose cult leadership in NRM, it has developed a cult around Besigye that is worse than anything we have ever seen around Museveni. 223 more words

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