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When enemies feed each other

Why Uganda’s pro-democracy activists get it wrong when they support radical extremist cults as alternatives to Museveni THE LAST WORD | ANDREW M. MWENDA | In their misguided (even though, perhaps, well-intentioned) war against President Yoweri Museveni, many pro-democracy (but mostly pseudo-democracy) “activists” bring three fundamentally erroneous assumptions. First, that …

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THE LAST WORD: Atubo’s disappointing lamentations

  THE LAST WORD: Why African elites are deluded to think the “international community” has our best interests at heart THE LAST WORD | Andrew M. Mwenda |  Last week, I read with sadness, disappointment, disillusionment and frustration an article in Daily Monitor by former minister Omara Atubo. He was explaining …

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Uganda Parliament mourns MP Muhanga’s mum Constance Adyeri Muhangazima

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda’s parliament on Tuesday observed a minute of silence in memory of Constance Muhangazima ‘Mama Adyeri’, mother to Burahya County MP Margaret Muhanga,  journalist Andrew Mwenda and UPDF Maj Gen Kayanja Muhanga. She died aged 84 on Monday and was buried Friday in Kanyandahi , Fort Portal. …

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