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Is curfew still necessary?

COMMENT | BENJAMIN AGABA |  Curfew comes from a French word “couvre feu” which means to cover the fire. The English adopted it and it became “curfew” meaning a regulation by which fires had to be put out at a certain fixed time mainly in the evening, marked by the ringing …

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Uganda’s bulldozer – Nabbanja

COMMENT | Samson Tinka | The appointment of Robinah Nabbanja as a Prime Minister of Uganda caught almost everyone by surpsie. There had been various guesses of likely candidates, but nothing pointed towards her direction. One politician even belittled this appointment.  Member of Parliament Ssemujju Nganda said that she cannot even …

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The Uganda Airlines I travelled in 

COMMENT | Samson Tinka | “Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive,” author Barry Lopez wrote. This today, applies to Ugandan Airlines, who will definitely need many positive stories to keep in the sky. On 19th July 21, I travelled to one of the countries in …

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Establishment of a Cooperative Bank critical in Uganda’s drive to middle income status

COMMENT | OSCORD MARK OTILE  |The co-operative movement comprises of over 800 million people globally, and is found in almost every country. A co-operative is an association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned and democratically controlled enterprise. …

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