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Ugandans in Diaspora are critical

By Morris Komakech Many feel disenfranchised through being denied the opportunity to vote from our missions abroad and to get MPs The debate on the role of Ugandans in diaspora in shaping the sociopolitical discourses in Uganda is a superficial one. During election time, we were reminded – always by …

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Did Ugandans really not vote?

By Agather Atuhaire EC announced 63% turnout but long queues send different message As Ugandans voted in presidential and parliamentary election on Feb.18, one of them, Jackie, posted on her Facebook page that she was overwhelmed by Ugandans determination to vote. She was voting for the first time and said …

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More Ugandans learning French

By Joan Akello French is fast becoming a global language in regional and international integration. Uganda is grabbing the opportunity not only for linguistic but also for economic reasons. The International Francophone Organisation (OIF recorded a population of nearly 96.2 million Francophones on the African continent, among whom are the …

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Ugandans should drink more coffee

By Joan Akello Many Ugandans still believe that when you drink coffee you will die, and this accounts for its stunted domestic consumption, experts say. Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi said, “Coffee is a historical principal export of Uganda, generating over 50% of all commodity exports revenue. Over 40% of the …

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