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Otunnu is not in hiding- Bbosa

By Aloysious Kasoma Uganda People’s Congress has said that the silence of the president Olara Otunnu is not because he is hiding or out of party activities but he is in Sierra Leon on international duties. The Vice President Prof. Lutalo Bbosa explained this in a discussion with journalists at …

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UPC predicts the fall of NRM

By Aloysious Kasoma The opposition party, Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) has described the current situation in the country as a sign that the ruling National Resistance Movement party is on the verge of collapse after failing to track down the theft of public funds. Okello Lucima the UPC spokesperson said …

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Parliament Pays Tribute to MP Odit

By Aloysious Kasoma Parliament in a special plenary Wednesday afternoon session paid tribute to the fallen former Erute South legislator in Lira district, John Odit. Chaired by deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah, MPs hailed Odit’s contributions to the legislature where he served for 10 years. The motion to pay tribute to …

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UPC mourns Odit

By Aloysious Kasoma Opposition party Uganda People’s Congress has described the late John Odit as a patriot who served his country whole heartedly. Okello Lucima the party spokesperson said that Odit was a man who dedicated himself to serve his country and the people and was highly respected by his …

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UPC, DP lick wounds

By Eriasa Mukiibi Sserunjogi Presidents of the two parties may pay the ultimate price for the EALA fiasco The full extent of the damage exacted by the controversial election of Uganda representatives to the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) will take some time to unfold. But the elections reopened old …

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Otunnu is a paper tiger

Ever since the publication of my article, ‘Otunnu must not lead UPC,’ (Daily Monitor), I have been the subject of attacks by Olara Otunnu supporters who view their candidate as a great intellectual. They have persistently challenged me to take on Otunnu at an intellectual level. I have also constantly …

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