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ON BIZONTO: A time for introspection

  COMMENT | PAUL KALUNGI | “If you ever wish to understand anything, study its birth and its development”. So if you want to understand Bizonto’s drama on the current government in power, rather than reading the day’s headlines, study its development and evolution from FRONASA to PRA to NRA …

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How ‘unity’ died in Uganda

Remembering the Moshi Spirit of the 1979 liberation war Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | This week marked 40 years since a combined force of armed groups of Ugandan exiles under the Uganda National Liberation Front/Army (UNLF/A) and the Tanzania Peoples Defence Forces (TPDF) toppled the government of then-president of …

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I convinced Lule to replace Idi Amin – Dr Aliker

Today marks 39 years since a combined force of Uganda exiles, with support from the Tanzanian armythe TPDF, overthrew Amin, the climax of a five-month brutal war that had started in October 1978 when Amin invaded Tanzania. Kampala, Uganda | URN | Dr Martin Aliker, a veteran dental surgeon, politician …

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ANALYSIS: Maize worm worries

Fall armyworms are back, but government’s help isn’t Kampala, Uganda | Andrew S. Kaggwa | The rains are back but so is the dreaded fall armyworm. This time it is attacking maize at a much younger stage – meaning it will be more costly for the farmers than last season. …

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VIDEO: Wasswa Lule backs politics of succession

VIDEO: Politics of succession is a growing phenomenon in Africa, a phenomenon that critics cite as a threat to the growth of democracy. However, veteran Politician Wasswa Lule, son to former President the late Yusuf Lule, says passing the baton can still prevail in democratic processes. He spoke to People …

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