Structural Racism in Kampala?

One is currently reading the book: "The Black Man's Burden - Africa and the curse of the Nation-State", by Basil Davidson. For that reason, one finds the blog post "the racism behind Kampala"  not so profound. The blog post essentially remains confined within the narrow framework and mentality of those that Davidson categorized as the re-captives. Re-captives… Continue reading Structural Racism in Kampala?

Loans can’t bail out our rural poor

In light of the failure of multiple ‘well meaning’ programmes of Government of Uganda and of so-called Civil Society Organisations to achieve their overstated targeted to “eradicate poverty” through the provision of loans to the poor, it is opportune to re-publish the views that I expressed in an interview that was published in The New… Continue reading Loans can’t bail out our rural poor

Dr. Limlim not only one to blame for failed NUSAF II

The elite have become an interesting tribe in Karamoja. Corruption is perpetuated and sustained by new graduates in Karamoja. In the last NUSAF program, Shs1.8 billion has not been accounted for. Where is the honesty of the youth? Where is the honesty of the graduates? Dr. Limlim is quoted as having said. Rather than use… Continue reading Dr. Limlim not only one to blame for failed NUSAF II

“Some NGOs, no footprints”, Minister Rwamirama

Send a Cow and Government of Uganda, an extraordinary partnership - religious rooted not-for-profit organisation and the State.

Speaks English = Responsible Citizen?

English is the official language of the nation-state Uganda. It is not indigenous to Uganda. Should one's ability to speak it be the measure of ones intelligence and citizenship?