2021 Elections: IPOD Fears Elections Might Turn out to be Violent

The Inter-Party Organisation for Dialogue (IPOD) has expressed worry that the election violence that was exhibited during the National Resistance Movement (NRM) party primaries may spill over into the general election. The fear was highlighted by the IPOD Council Secretary Generals who had gathered to condemn the acts of violence and argue for violence free electoral processes within political parties…

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Capt. Mukula Vows to Retain CEC Position as NRM Goes to Polls

Delegates of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) have today woken up to elect members that will represent them on the party’s top organ, the Central Executive Committee (CEC). This followed the virtual campaigns that were held on Wednesday at the party headquarters in Kyandondo and were streamed live to all the regions across the country. All candidates were required to…

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Prof. John Opuda Sworn-in as Victoria University New Chancellor

Victoria University has unveiled the new University Chancellor, Prof. John Opuda-Asibo who is the third Chancellor coming in with a vast experience to boost the university. Prof. John Opuda is a scholar of National and International repute who has joined the University at a critical moment and brings to bear his expertise, wide-reach, experience and knowledge that will ensure that…

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2021 Elections: Youth Warned against Empty Promises by Politicians

As the political heat in the country goes high, Ugandans and youth in particular have been warned against empty promises that are always made by Politicians during the electioneering period. The call was made by Action Aid International Uganda, Program Coordinator for Accountability Champions, Joy Namunoga during the Bi-annual reflection meeting for accountability champions organized by Action aid Uganda via…

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Capt. Mukula: Racism Allegations against me by Sanjay Tanna are Misplaced, Erroneous

The NRM Vice Chairperson Eastern Region, Captain Mike Mukula has advised his competitor in the race, Sanjay Tanna to stop falsely accusing him of running a racism campaign but concentrate on informing voters what he has to offer them. This he has noted in his response to the allegations that were made by Sanjay in a letter dated August 3rd,…

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Networking Tips – Amos Wekesa.

Davies and I today morning left kampala headed to Kasanje for ridding partly. We did 50kms in today. Davies is an engineer with Uganda national Road authority(UNRA) and yes a key technical guy. I first met him along my advocacy route over years. I have gotten so many inbox messages of young people asking me to write about the value…

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Safaricom Foundation and Scope International Partner To Set Up Sanitation Booths

Thousands of people in the counties of Homabay, Siaya, Migori, Kisii, Bungoma and Busia are expected to benefit from sanitation booths set up by Safaricom Foundation in partnership with Scope International to help curb the spread of COVID-19. The sanitation booths have been installed at Kenya’s border to Tanzania at Isebania in Migori County and at the Ugandan border in…

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Prenatal programming and the father – Rosey Sembatya.

To understand the importance of a father in the life of the child in the womb, you have to refer to Scripture.  The only time that God, the Father shares His name with a being is for this sacred role. This means that FATHERHOOD is an honor. It is a gift. It is a responsibility. It is a calling. It…

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Domestic Tourism series – Amos Wekesa.

Consumer education on domestic tourism will make a very big difference in mindset change. I have decided to invest time in this campaign. I have a very strong feeling many of you are going to be national leaders in the near future. I want to contribute to your knowledge base through writing. Last week, I defined a domestic tourist as…

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