Where is the Teso Land Board? Where is the Lango Land Board? Where is the Acholi Land Board? Do such boards exist? If they do, why are they not as pronounced and as loud as the Buganda Land Board?
“Back to the things that matter, in Bukedea, a basin of dried cassava right now costs a whooping Ugx. 25,000/=; cassava is now being called white gold”, writes a social media friend. “Back to the things that matter”, one infers, means back from discussing the 6bn handshake bonuses that another, moreover, one considered a public servant,… Continue reading #6bnhandshake; we are inhumane
Introduction: In 1959, the Iteso were the second largest nationality in Uganda and by 2002 they were the fifth largest - making up at least 6.4 percent of Uganda’s population (Uganda Bureau of Statistics 2006). This paper uses the example of Teso (the area – in North-Eastern Uganda) and Iteso (the people) but the analysis… Continue reading Urban-slumitisation of villages, land dispossession and food insecurity in Teso