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Kizza Besigye’s Clarion Call: Uniting Ugandans for Pre-2026 Political Change

In a strategic move to shift the political landscape of Uganda, Dr. Kizza Besigye, who has previously vied for the presidency four times, is galvanizing the nation’s populace to establish grassroots coalitions. These groups are envisioned to facilitate a change in governance before the 2026 general elections, aiming to end President Museveni’s tenure. Dr. Besigye’s…

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Bridging the Divide: Striving for Harmony Amidst Noise Pollution in Uganda’s Religious Community

In the rich tapestry of Uganda’s spiritual landscape, the quest for harmony between religious expression and communal tranquility often encounters challenges. The recent narrative surrounding Pastor James Bisoboka, a respected leader within the Pentecostal realm, sheds light on the intricate dynamics of managing noise pollution within religious contexts while paving the way for constructive dialogue…

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The Acholi Divide: Ownership and Outrage

The ongoing privatization of government land in the Acholi Sub-region, amounting to over 45,000 hectares, has sparked a debate on land rights and the transparency of such processes. The Ministry of Lands’ report uncovers that private individuals have acquired extensive areas totaling more than 158,100 hectares through leasehold and freehold titles, a situation that raises…

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Crisis in Kasese: Schools and Police Battle Over Emergency Protocols

The recent outbreaks of fire at two schools in the Kasese District have unveiled profound deficiencies in the emergency response system and the adherence to safety protocols by the educational institutions involved. On an unusual day, February 29, a devastating fire swept through a boys’ dormitory at Margherita Demonstration Primary School, leading to the complete…

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The IGG Effect: A New Dawn in Uganda’s Corruption Struggle

In the Busoga sub-region, officials have confessed to corrupt practices, attributing them to their low salaries, as revealed by the Inspectorate of Government (IGG) through its recent engagements. Gerald Gwaira, an official from the Ombudsman’s office, reports that public servants often excuse their involvement in corruption due to their inadequate pay, which they argue limits…

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