Opinion Posts

Judges left Hanging by the Breeze over Salary Increase

Sept, 1, 17                                Read more about Judges left Hanging by the Breeze over Salary Increase

Police must Remain Focused on Violent Criminals

July, 30, 17  
The Uganda security establishment especially the police and Internal Security Organisation (ISO), alongside the local political leaders are yet again having their capabilities being put to test by the on-going criminality in areas of Katabi town council, Kitubulu, and Nansana municipality, all within Wakiso district, and backyards of Kampala metropolitan where criminal elements have been targeting vulnerable women for rape and murder. Read more about Police must Remain Focused on Violent Criminals

Muntu Don’t lash Your Tongue at Everyone

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