I saw a video in which Speaker Rebecca Kadaga was dicing her deputy, Deputy Speaker Jacob Olanya, as incompetent to handle matters in parliament, especially certain tough decisions like amending the constitution to remove the age-limit. She was dicing him in order to justify why she should be re-elected for a third term as Speaker.… Continue reading Speaker Kadaga’s legacy needs auditing
It is fact that on matters Uganda national governance, women are under-represented - from top to bottom. Read more of my analysis in my "GENDER LENS ON BEST MINISTERS," published in July 2020 and in my "CRY KARAMOJA WOMEN!" published in December 2019 Be that as it may, I cannot accept the proposition that because… Continue reading Speaker Kadaga should not seek another term
Hypocrisy of our MPs at its best. But such which is consistent with some institutionalised negative beliefs and practices in our communities in Uganda; including the legacies of negative conservative christian religiosity that was forced down our throats by colonial missionaries. We must detoxify and decolonize our minds so we may shun warped moralists who are vilifying school girls for getting pregnant; and moreover school girls who are likely being impregnated by men of stature and old age.
There is a video clip of a session of the Parliament of the Republic of Uganda that is doing rounds on social media. The clip shows members of parliament (MPs) scrambling for a microphone, in order that they may get a chance to query COVID-19 relief food procured and is being distributed by the COVID-19… Continue reading COVID-19 Confirms Parliament Out-of-touch
“The Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, blames banking institutions for misleading members of parliament (MPs), who are often taken by surprise at the willingness to provide them with huge sums of money at short notice when they have just gone through costly campaigns. But the Speaker says that she attempted to advise MPs to live within their… Continue reading MPs Compromised by Debt