Tumwiine: When we captured power, we were not many. We were scattered to deal with insurgency and turmoil in Uganda. When there are a lot of people in power, it causes laxity, laziness and complacency.
It is a taboo for an African man to count children, Prof Lawrence Mukiibi told Mable Twegumye
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She advocated for women the right to divorce impotent husbands, crusaded for castration of defilers and held her own against certain vices in her time as of Ethics and Integrity minister and beyond. The eccentric "political evangelist" Miria Matembe takes us through her personal life
Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago on the Journey of His Life
It was a challenge when I became the 1st Vet at Wildlife & I had no one to learn from
Nasser Ntege Sebaggala as businessman boosts of 10 million US dollars in local and International investments
Former BBC Swahili journalist now Azam tv ug Great Lakes Bureau Chief Kayira a linguist, Sheikh and a farmer with rabbits, chickens, goats as his Pets
Before joining the bush war he was a teacher.
Unfortunately nobody ever laid a finger on Kiggundu being corrupt
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She advocated for women the right to divorce impotent husbands, crusaded for castration of defilers and held her own against certain vices in her time as of Ethics and Integrity minister and beyond. The eccentric "political evangelist" Miria Matembe takes us through her personal life
With a supportive system in place, the 10th Parliament has the opportunity to deliver above the past legislative regimes. Unfortunately, the house has found its self short on expectation due to individual liability. According to Professor Tarsis Kabwegyere, ignorance of some members is stalling constructive debate. The veteran politician...
Dr. Muhammad Kiggundu; My tenure came when diplomacy was possible. Strikes are important when you have no other alternative left
Prof. Ruth Mukama, the second female professor at Makerere University, tells her story.