"Amaadhi amasabe tigamala ndigho" A proverb of the Basoga of Uganda which translated into English reads: "When one begs for water it does not quench the thirst." The proverb explained means that "often, something that one begs for is not exactly what one requires. It may be insufficient or not to one's liking. This proverb… Continue reading Candidate Kyalya exemplifies what is wrong with multiparty democracy in Uganda
During the Capital Gang radio talk show on 91.3 Capital FM on Saturday 21st February 2015 the gangsters discussed the strength of political parties in Uganda on the basis of voter turnout and the numbers who vote - over all and for each candidate. The gangsters who are opposition leaning (non-ruling party) asserted that the… Continue reading FACT CHECK: WHICH POLITICAL PARTY IS GETTING STRONGER IN UGANDA?