Opinion Posts

Acholi MPs, Don’t seek to Preserve Poverty

Africa’s Political Crybabies

 Aug. 09 2017
Kenya’s political duel between independence hero families of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta and Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, first president and vice president respectively ended this week in spectacular fashion, with current president, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta taking a poisoned victory as Raila Amolo Odinga (a.k.a. Agwambo) cried foul. We leave to Kenyans to peacefully resolve their intricate disputes from colonialism perpetuated by brutality, socio-economic deprivation and toxic tribalism. Read more about Africa’s Political Crybabies

Stop political Hooliganism Now!

Salary Disputes Harbour Sinister Political Motives

Government facing Defeat on Land Amendment

Besigye; Go for Elections, not Transition Government

Don’t Distort Constitutional Amendment Debate

NRM, FDC in Political Hoops and Hurdles

Murchison falls National Park, Uganda’s spectacular Natural Wonder

Sometimes when foreigners visit our country and begin using all the superlatives to describe how Uganda is truly gifted by nature, we tend to think they are just being generous with words or they are just trying to appease those of us near them. Because we have never stepped out of our local environs to fully explore the beauty of this country we tend to fail to market our country both within and beyond our borders.    Read more about Murchison falls National Park, Uganda’s spectacular Natural Wonder


Editors pepped into the ‘Devil’s Cauldron’ – the wide gorge into which the river Nile plunges with a thunderous roar. The impact creates a trademark rainbow at the northern end of the Albertine rift valley. I witnessed the spectacle on 24th June and I am here to tell the tale. Read more about ANIMAL POPULATION SURGES IN MURCHISON FALLS PARK