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
Protest in the United Kingdom (U.K.) against racism that were sparked off by racism in the United States of America (U.S.), and in particular the murder of George Floyd by a police officer, are but just one side of a coin, so to speak. The protest in the U.K. and in particular those in Bristol,… Continue reading George Floyd: New Africa Black & White History
Take, for instance, the common structural discourse trap that many often fall into, the misconception of beginning analyses on Uganda's land, from around 120 years ago, when the territory now known as Uganda was declared a protectorate by the British. The territory that the British annexed and named Uganda, was originally occupied by the first… Continue reading Roots of Black Oppression
Ms. Owaraga discusses the implications of Uganda’s current capacity to diagnose TB and suggests questions for further research and possible actions to be taken if Uganda is truly going to rid itself of TB; or at the very least slow down its TB infection rate and therefore significantly reduce those that TB afflicts in Uganda.
The United States Government Mission in Kampala tweeted on 21st February 2016, following Uganda's presidential and parliamentary elections: “Ugandan people deserved better.” US Mission, Kampala Which Ugandans, all Ugandans, really? And what constitutes better for Ugandans – the opinion of the US government over that of Ugandans? These are the questions that I posed on… Continue reading US Government wishes better for Ugandans?