It is interesting that, even though, the Iteso, my peole, had a fellow etesot in the race, a very strong presidential candidate moreover, Candidate Amuriat Oboi, they mostly voted for the incumbent, a munyankole. No doubt, voting in the recently concluded Uganda presidential elections took majorly sectarian lines. The Baganda mostly voted for Candidate Kyagulanyi,… Continue reading Sectarianism in Presidential Elections should not be ignored
Discourse around the refusal of President Donald J. Trump to concede defeat is fascinating. A major school of thought is that it is highly Machiavellian for US Senators to assert that the US presidential election results are faulty, while the results for the senators elected at the same time are okay. How so poignant and… Continue reading Trump’s Presidency & Hypocrisies of ‘the world’
These past couple of weeks, there has been a lot of activity related with the campaigns for Uganda presidential and parliamentary elections, which are due to take place in 2021. Among such activity has been delegations of the European Union (EU) overtly paying courtesy visits and holding meetings with major political parties and civil society… Continue reading Uganda Politicians EU Supports and Why
"Whereas it is indeed problematic to ‘worship’ leaders and allow them to grow strong wings to enable them fly against the will of the people, the current Magufuli wave does not support the exact point you are making. It has been hijacked and ‘forced’ onto the thesis you want to make."Bwesigye Mwesigire, 2015 Mweigire concluded… Continue reading COVID-19 Outs Presidents’ Leadership Styles
The author of the book: "The Greedy Barbarian," Kakwenza Rukirabashaija remains in what officers of the court have described as "illegal detention." Who will save him from death row? I ask, who will save him from death row, because, as reported by the Daily Monitor, on 11th June 1975, Denis Cecil Hills, a vocal British… Continue reading Who will save Kakwenza from death row?