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Uganda’s inefficiency and corruption

By Agaba Rugaba There is no paradox or contradiction with economic performance indexes Andrew Mwenda’s “Uganda’s Incompetence Paradox” in his column The Last Word (The Independent June 28) makes for interesting reading. He fronts the unorthodox argument of how economic performance indexes contradict the underlying assumptions that we hold about …

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Term limits debate

By Agaba Rugaba An unfortunate misdiagnosis of our socio-economic challenges I believe the Return-term-limits campaign offers nothing fundamental to our country’s socio-economic transformation efforts.  Its crusaders, ranging from the opposition political parties, Members of Parliament, Civil Society and church leaders, all seem to suggest that our political and social economic …

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