Discourse analysis & fact check of Police statement on Nabulime

Uganda Police Force (UPF): "The mother/housewife identified as Nabulime Dorothy, aged 22" has a "two-year-old daughter." ME: Which means she was a child bride and is a child mother. UPF: "The mother showed no sympathy, compassion and love, expected from a mother towards her 2-year-old daughter. Upon arrest, she was subjected to a mental health… Continue reading Discourse analysis & fact check of Police statement on Nabulime

The issue of police welfare

Our Deputy Speaker, the Right Honourable Anita Annet Among, is truly a master of messaging via symbolism. That move she pulled to go to the vigil of the late Police Officer, Robert Bweyamba, at the late's home, was a top notch maneuver using symbolism. At the time of his death, the late Bweyamba had was… Continue reading The issue of police welfare

Greedy barbarians everywhere and at all levels

Men, for the purpose of this post, let us refer to them as ikokolak, went to this woman's orchard and without her permission they harvested 28 bags of oranges. Loaded them on a vehicle, drove off to the market and sold them. More specifically, ikokolak handed over the oranges to a middleman, with the promise… Continue reading Greedy barbarians everywhere and at all levels

Ugandan men in uniform can be funny

"You, wewe, stop." And when I continued walking on. He jumps on his motorbike and rides towards me from behind, in order to scare me to stop. When the front tyre of his bike reached me, I stop and turn to face my aggressor. "Why are you taking photos?" he asks. I sense an Atesot… Continue reading Ugandan men in uniform can be funny

When POMA Law is used to intimidate

#THV the Public Order Management Act is as unconstitutional as it is abused and misapplied.