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Uganda’s shadow state

Revealing the networks of people with power Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | In the April 30-07 issue of The Independent, Andrew Mwenda; in his column, wrote an article entitled “Paved with good intentions: How Western interventions in African affairs, even when well intentioned, produce bad results.” In that article, …

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To whom it may concern

  A frank memo to those demanding that we purchase credibility at the price of mutilating of our beliefs THE LAST WORD | ANDREW M. MWENDA | A section of the Ugandan talking heads have made a fetish of “credibility”, particularly the sort of “credibility” purchased by denouncing President Yoweri …

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On Mwenda’s self-destructive impulses

Why not exploit opportunities for public private partnership instead of focusing on loans from local banks? COMMENT | RUGABA AGABA | Andrew Mwenda’s “Uganda’s self-destructive impulses” in the Independent Magazine of August 9, 2021 raises interesting perspectives on Uganda’s banking industry and local capital development for social economic transformation. Whereas …

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