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When slogans make brands

By Ian Katusiime How a slogan can shape a company’s image Albert Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” Basing on …

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Bridging education gaps in communities

By Ian Katusiime New schools strive to offer quality education at minimal fees In Nabaziza, Kyengera about 9kms from central Kampala, 205 pupils from the community are attending school in newly built structures. Their teachers are dressed in lime green T-shirts and black pants and refer to their notes on …

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Politics overshadows Sejusa case

By Ian Katusiime The arrest and on-going trial of former intelligence chief, Gen. David Sejusa, is putting President Yoweri Museveni on the spot for allegedly pursuing political objectives through the courts. Sejusa is charged with insubordination, conduct prejudicial to good order, absence without official leave, and two counts of participating …

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Gen. Sejusa remanded to Luzira

Former Coordinator of intelligence services Gen David Sejusa was slapped with a raft of charges at the General Court Martial in Kampala and remanded to Luzira prison on Feb 2, just a few weeks before the highly anticipated general elections on Feb 18. Gen Sejusa also known as Tinyefuza, now …

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30 years of self-aggrandisement

By Ian Katusiime The president has in the last ten years envisioned himself as the be-all and end-all of Uganda Over his 30 year reign as President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni has placed the desire to retain and consolidate power over and above everything else. He has consistently gloated of …

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Suspend crime preventers- Rights groups warn

By Ian Katusiime A collection of human rights groups have advised the government to urgently suspend the crime preventers program ahead of the February 2016 national elections. “Crime preventers” are a volunteer force of civilians recruited and managed by police to report on and prevent crime in cooperation with the …

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Shun violence- democracy body warns

By Ian Katusiime The Citizens Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU) has called upon political parties and candidates to desist from acts that could orchestrate unnecessary anxiety and violence during the campaigning and voting period. CCEDU released the statement to applaud the Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda’s call for a …

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