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Worth Noting: Uhuru’s reiterations that the handshake had nothing to do with his succession and the nine-point of their shared objectives attest to this did not help the matter. The post-election violence of 2007/2008 had taught us a big lesson. The chaos that claimed the lives of 1,333 Kenyans and led to destruction of properties …

Worth Noting: These officers deserve a golden handshake and medals at the forthcoming Independence Day celebrations! They have put their university degrees to good use. Don’t ask me whether we have universities, centres of excellence, in Uganda. May be, maybe not. I believe our varied experiences and observations during this pandemic have exposed our ‘universities’: …

As the education cabinet secretary professor George Magoha continues to champion for the implementation of the competence-based curriculum (CBC), most of the parents and teachers are against it since they don’t understand the curriculum better. Among those affected by this curriculum are the children living with their grandparents. The CBC is more of practical and …

Politics in Kenya has now become the continuous song day in day out. Leaders have gone to an extent of pouring their manifestos in the holy places, which is totally wrong. It is not yet time for campaigns and leaders should restore their sanity and focus on giving the common mwananchi what he/she wants, according …

The Covid-19 vaccine that is being administered in the country right now should also be taken and administered in both primary and secondary schools not forgetting the higher learning institutions. Both our teachers and lecturers are having a hard time to go to the stations where the vaccine is being administered due to their busy …

Call it the perfect couple. A youth and his or her phone. Be it in church, at campus, at a bus station or simply in bed, you are as sure as death to find a young fella carried away by their phone. What drives this relationship? Well, the average youth relies on their phone to …

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to drastic changes in the Information Technology industry. The industry has recorded some improvements at some point and has also lagged behind in some other sectors. When Covid 19 was first announced in the country, many people wondered on how they would work virtually but the IT industry made it …

Marriage needs total commitment. Love is the glue that sticks the couple together. Divorce starts in the mind and the devil feeds the mind. Never ever entertain thoughts of getting a divorce. Never threaten your spouse with divorce. Everyone you marry has a weakness if not weaknesses. Only God has no weakness. So if you …

It has been noted that some or rather most politicians are preparing to initiate the youths in their manifestos during upcoming next year’s elections. This calls for an alarm for the   youths to be on watch and be firm not to be introduced into unfair dealings of politicians during elections period. The youths are required …

Dear Madam, On behalf of Women for Green Economy Movement Uganda and on my own behalf, Madam Prime minister we would like to extend our sincere gratitude for your work and un ceasing support to the citizens of Uganda and world at large. We continue to thank you madam prime minister and the government for …