Systemic Corruption in Uganda

Dishonesty is the bedrock for grand corruption, the kind which initiates and perpetuates “significant subversion of the political, legal and economic systems” of our country. And yet, rarely, if at all, is our outrage significantly provoked when corruption occurs in the form of dishonesty. We have become desensitized by our leaders generally, but particularly so, our politically elected leaders, telling us lies and with significant audacity.

Plagiarised? Name and Shame!

To you my friend, Ajt Ikirimat Grace, I say, boldly name and shame the one you have found to have: “Copied my work (90%) for his Masters Degree Thesis and has not referenced my work either. I have run the plagiarism software tests on a few pages and the results show ranges of between 88-100%… Continue reading Plagiarised? Name and Shame!

30+ Years of President Museveni – Part 2: The Cost of Doing Business in Uganda

President Museveni has since abandoned his socialist roots. Uganda’s economy today is operating on free-market neo-liberalism and with all the impurities and absurdities that come with it. No wonder, another Ugandan astutely noticed that: “Many years after the book was published, Clarke is now a multimillionaire (here in Uganda); while Kawoko, the home of his book, is still a backward village.” Food for thought indeed!

Religion as Opium

A couple of days ago, on Thursday, 16th February 2017, it was a public holiday in Uganda in honor of the Late Archbishop Janan Luwum (St. Luwum) who is believed to have been murdered in 1977 on the orders of President Idi Amin. It is believed that St. Luwum  was murdered for his moral courage… Continue reading Religion as Opium