Wednesday , November 25 2020
Home / comment

comment

comment stories

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 …

Read More »

Young people and politics

Why political parties must commit to letting them play a role in political leadership and decision-making | PATRICIA SCOTLAND | Young people around the world are waking up to a growing list of new and harsh realities. Trapped in the shadow of a relentless pandemic, many are being robbed of …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Safety and security tips during this election period

    COMMENT | Samson Tinka | Elections are known to be an activity that attracts crowds, generates excitement as people switch from happiness, anger and back. Candidates commit time and money, whereas voters commit time and expectations. In third world countries, where democracies are still young, candidates and their supporters …

Read More »

Electoral Commission should help stop increasing incidents of violence

COMMENT | Crispin Kaheru | It is unfortunate that political campaigns are becoming volatile, with incidents of violence. Campaigns are supposed to be civil, to help political candidates to popularize their manifestos. The running battles between security, candidates and supporters however can’t permit stakeholders to harness the real meaning of …

Read More »