My Account on How does Climate Change Affect Uganda Nowadays

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On my way to Nebbi district in northern Uganda, a land commonly known as West Nile (named after River Nile) earlier this year, I was terrified. Once covered with green and moisturized air suddenly overtaken by dry fields accompanied by discomforting warm air; for it had not rained for the past three months and a […]

What Most Ugandans Really Think About the #AgeLimit Debate

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The process in which government is using to bulldozing its presidential Age Limit lifting decision and pushing the people to endorse it isn’t practical. It’s now a discussion of either you are on this side or the other, with no room for dialogue. What of those with no side? Can’t we negotiate on what can […]

We Take Back Our Power from the Military or Corrupt Leaders by Raising Words

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It’s been so long since I had a say on the power structures of my community (East Africa). Many have risen up to say power is military supremacy; others have worshiped money and wealth. I guess they are correct in their own right based on what they have settled to believe as portrayed by those […]

Is Our Government System A Huge Joke Uganda? #SIMCardRegistration

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The Ugandan government has famously been known for passing laws & great or remarkable policies which never get chance to see fortnight’s daylight or even less. Reasons, still not fully established, but one can’t help to question, “Is the democratic system of Uganda is a joke?” Following the recent SIM card registration policy passed by […]

Why Enterprenuer’s Face Problems Sustaining Their Businesses

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I get so busy doing what I do that I get no time to live off what I do. Most of us are in a business we physically do, as a result we have limited our income because we only have two hands. We get so busy doing it and we don’t get time to […]

Women don’t need to ask for recognition, they have earned it! #BeBoldForChange

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   When I heard the hashtag for this year’s International Women’s Day celebrations, “Be Bold for Change” I didn’t exactly get it! I mean, everybody can be bold to make a difference, right? This was until I personally reflected on the impact of women in my personal life!  I discovered my life was 87% positively impacted […]

Message to Entrepreneurs in Africa & World from the Late Dr. Myles Munroe.

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  As a young Leaders and Businessman, The Late Dr. Myles’s teachings and wisdom have pushed me to great heights in my journey to success. I recommend more young people to read his message as well, be blessed: “I was born poor, sleeping on the floor with cockroaches and rats. Today, I own my own […]

What you need to know about HIV/AIDs today! #WorldAIDSDAY

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Recognizing World AID’s Day to me is a refreshment of a day-to-day struggle against HIV/AIDS’s as we mitigate it’s prevalence and effects. We, ‘if not all,’ are affected by this challenge not forgetting those who are actually living with the problem it’s self. Uganda has once been a model country in fighting HIV/AIDs in Africa, […]

Open Letter To Mobile Money Service Providers, Stake Holders & Users

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By this time round, 10 years and more ago, we would all be at either the post office or the taxi park trying to send money to our loved ones in the village. If I remember correctly, it cost my Father 500ugx shillings for a Post office Stamp to send money from Kampala to Mbale […]

How To Empower Women… Will It Be Politically Or Economically?

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It’s not a question of either economic empowerment for women or political empowerment for women, but rather it is both! An empowered woman is a woman that is economically independent and politically active. Women must not only take leadership but must also be interested in the leadership of their countries and therefore they need political […]

Museveni Names his 2016-2021 Cabinet

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In Exercise of Powers conferred on the President of Uganda by Articles 108(1), 108 (2), 113(1), 114(1) and Article 99(1) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, I have appointed the Vice President, the Prime Minister, created new Departments of Government (Ministries); and appointed Cabinet Ministers and Ministers of State as indicated below: […]

Youth Declaration on the African World Heritage Regional Youth Forum

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AFRICAN YOUTH DECLARATION ON WORLD HERITAGE We, the participants of the 1st Anglophone African World Heritage Regional Youth Forum (Robben Island World Heritage site, 4 May 2016), express our sincere gratitude to the African World Heritage Fund, the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, the Government of the Republic of South Africa and the Robben Island Museum, […]

The Divisions Amongst Ugandans in the Post-Election Era. #YouthVoice

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It is a very unlike-African behaviour, particularly for Ugandans, not to celebrate after the conclusion of something as encompassing and as important as a presidential election. It was almost eerie the way the whole nation went into a fog of silence after the elections, which led me to think that even though people voted, they were […]

Conqueror of the British Empire General Idi Amin Dada Diplomatic Communications

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Speech to the Queen and House of Lords in Britain (United Kingdom) “My majesty Mr. Queen Sir, horrible ministers and members of parliament, invented Guests, ladies under gentlemen. I hereby thank you completely…..Mr. Queen, sir; and also what he has done for me and my fellow Uganda who come with me. We have really eaten […]

Stop Excuses, Start Your Business Young Africans, Create Capital!

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We just concluded our Political electoral season as Youth! Yes it wasn’t perfect especially with us being part of the mistakes in regards to vote selling & worse, lack of interest in the whole process; you both had your reasons. Those are bygones now; food won’t jump into your table or your day today to […]

8 Messages to President Elect @KagutaMuseveni #UgandaDecides

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It is with great pleasure that I congratulate the 8.6 million Ugandans who managed to participate in this election and all the candidates who gave their time and effort during the campaign. Without either of you, the democratic process would not have been as vibrant or as vigorous. I would also like to congratulate his […]

My Thoughts On The 2016 Presidential Elections #UgandaDecides

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The seating Government is not willing to hand over power. Besigye has more to deal with than just the President. He stands in direct opposition to the security agencies, secret institutions and the system itself. The defiant nature of Besigye’s campaign however is making him lose international support. The west wants peace in the region […]

My Voting Experience on the 18th Feb 2016 #UgandaDecides

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As a youth advocate, practising what I preach is important. I believe that voting is the most effective way young people can influence decision making in Uganda. I set off on the eve of election day to Manafwa district where my polling station is located, hoping to vote and mobilise others to do the same. […]

Open letter to the Chairman National Resistance Movement as Youth. 

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As NRM Youth leaders we have spent a considerable amount of time in the last 5 years selflessly building the party ideology among fellow youth and the Uganda Community at large, mobilizing for its expansion, strengthening and establishment to the day today trends. It’s unfortunate that at the climax of party’s opportunity to put to […]

My Dissatisfaction with NRM-Primaries

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The National Resistance Movement recently organized a Delegates Conference which Included the Primary elections of the Youth League executive along side flag bearers for the #Youth Members of Parliament from East, West, Central, North and National (Female). The elections were by electoral hence voters who qualified to vote were Sub-county Chairpersons, District Executives members alongside 2 […]

Open Letter to all Ugandan Youth. Let’s Start Critical Thinking and Yield into Action

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Dear Young People, Over 50/years ago Uganda attained its independence which was fully instigated partly by youth at that time. It took concern and need for freedom that they took a move of that kind. Leadership passed on through arms struggle to different presidents who led with an iron hand. May youths at the time […]

My Aspiration for Youth Member Of Parliament Eastern Region (Inspiration)

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For Youth? What I came do? Wow! What am going to give to them… That seems like a very ambiguous question to ask. I know everyone expects it…sometimes its not what the youth need that works for them but its what makes us alive… You and me! That’s what the world needs most… My biggest […]

We are co-authors of Africa’s problems!

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When I look at Africa, many questions come to mind. Many times I ask my self, “What would happen if Mwalimu where to Rise up and see what’s happening? Many times I would ask my self what would happen if Kwame Nkrumah, Lumumba, Mandela where to rise up and see what’s happening. Because what they […]

11 Signs that she is #Marriage Material!

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1. If your Girlfriend come to your house and join you in drinking porridge, marry her. 2. If you take her to a restaurant and she picked soda/ pure-water instead of expensive meals, She is understanding marry her. 3. If she sees someone with Benz but decided to follow you with Tuktuk/BodaBoda bicycle, my brother that is your bone. 4. She come to your house and wash […]

Involve #Youth Voices In Political Party Manifestos

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A Party Manifesto is one of the most important keys to the leadership of our nation. “Straighten a tree while it’s young so it may not be bent when it’s grown” Youth are the leaders of today and tomorrow regardless whether they have tittles or not. A Party manifesto is directly a Presidential Manifesto who […]