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Opinion Posts

Tumwebaze Incident Proves Social Media Needs to Be Regulated

On Wednesday, February 4, 2015, Minster for the Presidency and KCCA, Honorable Frank Tumwebaze addressed a press conference at Uganda Media Centre with a certain Habib Mboowa, an unemployed youth activist who is also a member of NRM Poor Youth. Read more about Tumwebaze Incident Proves Social Media Needs to Be Regulated

Leaked Sex-Tapes, on Social Media, Glorify Prostitution

In 2007, Kim Kardashian came to a settlement agreement with Vivid Entertainment for an undisclosed sum of money over her sex tape, which had catapulted her to international fame. During the first season premiere of US reality television show ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ Kim Kardashian was invited as a guest on Supermodel, Tyra Bank’s show. During the show Tyra said, “There is this big, I hate to say it, sex-tape that is out of you.” Read more about Leaked Sex-Tapes, on Social Media, Glorify Prostitution

Aminism Comparisons are Absurd

I was shocked on May 1, 2011, when a Kenyan journalist on NTV News, interviewing President Museveni, compared Museveni’s regime to former President of Uganda Idi Amin Dada’s on the basis of Opposition leader Kizza Besigye’s arrest. This same interview was re-broadcasted on the evening of May 2, 2011. Read more about Aminism Comparisons are Absurd

Acid-Attackers Should Get Life Imprisonment

By Josepha Jabo
(608 Words)
It is always upsetting to see pictures of acid victims in the newspapers because the damage done is usually irreversible. I was hurt by images of the most recent victims of acid-assaults, Pastor Umar Mulinde in December and Makerere University Student, Lynette Kirungi this month. Read more about Acid-Attackers Should Get Life Imprisonment

Acid-Attackers Should Get Life Imprisonment

By Josepha Jabo
(608 Words)
It is always upsetting to see pictures of acid victims in the newspapers because the damage done is usually irreversible. I was hurt by images of the most recent victims of acid-assaults, Pastor Umar Mulinde in December and Makerere University Student, Lynette Kirungi this month. Read more about Acid-Attackers Should Get Life Imprisonment

MPs Don’t Have to Die to Retain Seats

Don’t Believe Otunnu, He is a Revisionist

Museveni Resolute on ICC In Spite Ongwen’s Trial

Feb, 1, 15                          Read more about Museveni Resolute on ICC In Spite Ongwen’s Trial

Poor Journalism in Uganda, Bigger Threats Loom

Gains for Women and Girls; a Journey Well Covered

Women’s struggle for equality has been a long battle that still continues into the present day. All over the world, there is a natural order that places women in a different bubble from men. This of course disadvantages the woman, who ideally is supposed to be submissive to the man, be obedient and in some cases the woman is not allowed to make decisions that affect her livelihood. Read more about Gains for Women and Girls; a Journey Well Covered

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