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Netizens: Social Media Users Blast Bobi Wine Over Attacks On Deputy Speaker Tayebwa

Peace loving Ugandans have taken to social media to defend Deputy Speaker of Parliament Thomas Tayebwa from social media attacks by the National Unity Platform president Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu. Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi Wine, used social media to abuse Mr. Tayebwa over a decision to send Mityana Municipality MP Francis Zaake to the Parliamentary…

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Big Story: President Felix Tshisekedi to Face Criminal Prosecution Over Massacre, Crimes Against Humanity in Congo, As Businessman Kibwe Katanga Petitions ICC

Renowned Congolese Businessman Kibwe Katanga Ngoie Ntombe, who is also a musical artist and Politician, has petitioned the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Hague, praying to the court to prosecute Felix Tshisekedi, the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, over alleged massacres and violation of human rights in Katanga province. Ntombe’s petition, comes at…

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Mzee Paka Last: Bukomansimbi District Endorses President Museveni For 2026 As Min. Nakadama Launches Ideological Library

Most people stop reading the day they drop out of School or University (Bakka 2000) mostly in Africa. There can be no doubts that adults in Africa also read, if not as much, or as much for leisure, as many including Ugandan President Museveni would like to see improve. (Museveni 2009) A reading culture relies…

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MPs Want Presidential, Parliamentary Polls Conducted Last

Parliament has adopted a recommendation from its Committee on Human Rights that tasked the Electoral Commission to conduct presidential and parliamentary elections last in the cycle. Committee Chairperson, Fox Odoi Oywelowo said the changes will guarantee interest in the local government elections which have historically suffered notoriously low turnout. “The Electoral Commission should organize general…

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OP-ED: How UGX 1.7 Trillion Loan Will Relieve Parliamentarians & Voters 

By Ben Ssebuguzi Kampala: Developing countries rely on international borrowing to finance special projects, infrastructure and to compensate for the needed revenue. Due to natural disasters like heavy rains, mud slides have adversely affected aids to trade like roads, where even the paved ones have either developed potholes or narrowed hence causing accidents. Even the…

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