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IN THE INDEPENDENT: New Museveni age-limit plan

In The Independent this week: New Museveni age-limit plan THE LAST WORD The Kenya, Rwanda elections: How voting in these two East African nations reflects our understanding of democracy. COVER STORY New Museveni age-limit plan: How president’s team has ‘trapped’ MPs. NEWS ANALYSIS Museveni’s refinery deal: Now gov’t says in …

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Why Kagame won 99%

Why Kagame won 99%  | How Rwandans reacted to the west’s war against the symbol of their nation’s success Kigali, Rwanda | ANALYSIS | ANDREW M. MWENDA  |  Last week, Paul Kagame won presidential elections in Rwanda by 98.6%. Historically, such margins have only been won in countries like Saddam …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Whose victory is Bobi Wine’s win?

In The Independent this week: Whose victory is Bobi Wine’s win? COVER STORY Bobi Wine’s win: Whose victory is it? THE LAST WORD Rethinking healthcare in Africa: Why attempts to provide too much too fast are the cause of corruption and institutionalised incompetence. NEWS ANALYSIS Strike looms in courts: Insiders …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Will Kabaka fire Katikkiro Mayiga?

In the Independent this week: Will Kabaka fire Katikkiro Mayiga?  COVER STORY Will Kabaka fire Mayiga?: Anger, anxiety, unease over Buganda monarch’s fights over land. NEWS ANALYSIS Muntu faces FDC boot: Defiant members plot to oust party president. THE LAST WORD The incongruence of the incongruence: How Ugandans get angrier …

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