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It is urgent that Uganda’s presidential candidates sign a Peace Pact

COMMENT | Crispin Kaheru | It is high time that Presidential candidates sign an Election Peace Pact with the objective of securing a peaceful General Election due next month. Given the escalating circumstances, formal and informal institutions including: the heads of Government organs such as Judiciary, Parliament and the Executive, must …

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KAHERU: Let’s halt the campaigns

COMMENT | Crispin Kaheru | The physical campaigns are just not cutting it. They’ve just failed to work as envisaged. Uganda’s election campaigns have turned into war-like movies especially in circumstances where the opposition is involved. I want to re-emphasize, these campaigns as they are, aren’t working.  The enforcement of the …

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Why and how the opposition is playing right into Museveni’s hands

On Wednesday, Kampala went on fire after police arrested pop star turned politician/presidential candidate, Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine. The riots continued through yesterday (Nov.19). The partisans on either side are in overdrive. Critics of government post videos of police shooting at crowds where some people have, unfortunately, died. THE …

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KCCA to focus on toilet emptying on World Toilet Day

Marking November 19, 2020 with action COMMENT | Allan Nkurunziza | On July 24th , 2013, the United Nations General Assembly unanimously voted to designate 19th November as World Toilet Day. World Toilet Day celebrates the importance of toilets in our daily hygiene and raises awareness of the close to 2.4 billion people …

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