Serere County By-Election – My Ordeal
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1y ago
For starters, I am grossly hesitant to call the Serere by-election an election. This process was largely a selection of sorts, which is contrary to what the Parliamentary Elections Act that guides the Electoral Commission on how it should conduct elections. Here is my account of how things played out. During the campaign activities, the NRM candidate was all over campaigning in a Convoy of government motorcycles with government number plates hove ..read more
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Uganda Liberation Day: A mockery/Disgrace of Democracy
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1y ago
Warm greetings to all Ugandans on this purportedly historic day of liberation. Without considering the reasons why innocent lives were lost and why the community supported it, Liberation Day is meaningless and incomplete. Millions of Ugandans gave up their lives, useful time, and their resources for our country. This is what give Liberation Day meaning.  Commemoration of the day would be meaningful to an ordinary Ugandan if  the narrati ..read more
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Why Ugandans should use the Birthday to Discuss the Destiny of the Nation.
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1y ago
There is something handier in the country-wide Muhoozi birthday parties than plates of pilau, all night dances or even personality issues. For the first time, Ugandans have been handed an open invitation to a subject that had become sacrosanct.  In the last decade of President Museveni's rule, any attempt to imagine that Uganda would ever witness a transition would trigger a backlash and depending on which way your imagination took you, you ..read more
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Taking a Values Path
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1y ago
Legislation is one of the fundamental aspects of governance that protects citizens from exploitation by untrustworthy leaders. It provides a mechanism through which oversight and accountability are effects by the institution of parliament. However, this can only be achieved if we have leaders that can meet this standard and live up to the expectation of the masses. Since its independence, in 1962, Uganda has had 11 parliaments to date. Ironically ..read more
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A vote for Mugisha Muntu is a vote for the Rule of Law
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2y ago
It is exactly 8 days to the voting day! On the 14th of January 2021, Ugandans will head to the polls to cast a decisive vote on who should lead the country. It is this reason that our candidate continues to reach out to as many Ugandans as possible, encouraging the people to vote for change they trust to uphold the rule of law.  On 7th January 2021, Gen Mugisha Muntu, the ANT presidential candidate and the campaign team led by Hon. Winnie K ..read more
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Elections the only Credible way to Qualitative Change − Mugisha Muntu
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2y ago
Tuesday 29th December 2020, Presidential Candidate Mugisha Muntu and the team campaigned in Mubende, Kasanda, and Mityana. He used this opportunity to officiate the opening of the Mityana coordination office. Mugisha Muntu told the people of Mubende, Kasanda, and Mityana that his departure from NRM and disagreement with Gen. Museveni came because of Museveni’s deviation from fundamental ideals upon which the NRA liberation struggle was foun ..read more
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ANT will ensure Justice, Fairness and Equality in Governance − Mugisha Muntu
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2y ago
Saturday 26th December 2020, Presidential Candidate Mugisha Muntu and the campaign team traversed North and South Kawempe and Nakawa East and West. He was accompanied by ANT leaders and aspirants, including Head of Campaign Team, Hon. Winnie Kiiza; Buganda Region Coordinator, Owek. Sewava Serubili; Head of women league, Amb. Edith Grace Sempala; Lord Mayor Aspirant, Yakubu Mayanja Musaazi; Women MP candidate for Kampala, Aisha Nabasirye Gitta; MP ..read more
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Development” is not working for Ugandans
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2y ago
In his 2020 independence speech, President Museveni boasted of “unprecedented growth of the manufacturing sector”. He reported that at least 168 manufacturing industries and factories had been established in the financial year that ended June 2020. The economic “miracle” is perhaps one thing that the NRM government has been most proud of. However, a closer look at this economic growth reveals that the heralded growth ..read more
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Young women and African political spaces.
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2y ago
By Grace Atuhaire, Interim Diaspora Coordinator, Alliance for National Transformation (ANT)   Any political party in Africa, or association that supports political parties' transformative agendas must address this challenge: What are the internal existing structures for mentorship of young women? Particularly, new formation political parties like the Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) that are shaped by ideologies of building strong ..read more
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Teachers’ Strike and How Government is Deliberately Killing the Education Sector
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2y ago
After a series of gambles and experimental policies in the Education sector, Government of Uganda [GOU] has now reached its wits end and is now resorting to such high handedness against striking Arts teachers. It will be recalled that many Commissions have made proposals on how to make our Education relevant, accessible, and fundable. Over the years GOU has ignored calls for better remuneration and increased funding to Education institutions and ..read more
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