Speaker Kadaga should not seek another term

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

Conversations with my father on Women’s Day

Papa, it is 8th March, International Women’s Day; and the theme for today's commemoration is: “'Choose To Challenge'. This states that women are responsible for their own thoughts and actions every day and they challenge the world every day. The theme further signifies that women can choose to challenge gender bias and inequality in the… Continue reading Conversations with my father on Women’s Day

Sectarianism in Presidential Elections should not be ignored

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

Uganda Dancing on St. Janani Luwum’s Grave

As we commemorate St. Janani Luwum Day on this Tuesday, 16th February 2021, a public holiday in Uganda, my thoughts are plagued with the English idiom “dance on someone’s grave.”  Yes, I admit that since my own father’s passing on 1st November 2020, certain truths unfolding about actions of people that my late father, Engineer… Continue reading Uganda Dancing on St. Janani Luwum’s Grave

Uganda and our Pretend Democracy

There are similarities between the current status quo post 2021 elections and the status quo post 2011 elections. Firstly, the amount of money that Uganda spends on elections, which elections are invariably always contested by those who are declared loser, makes one wonder why we even bother. Post elections, furthermore, the incumbent and who is… Continue reading Uganda and our Pretend Democracy