By James Muhindo…. The prevailing unprecedented depreciation of the Uganda shillings against the dollar has sent shock waves to every one of the four corners of the country. The situation is worsened by the fear that forth coming general elections are going to cause more damage, given the experience of a
By Muhindo James A day after police made public a plot to poison the King of the Great Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom, Omukama Solomon Iguru Gafabusa, I was astonished to read a pronouncement by Prince David Kijanangoma of Tooro in light of his resolution to over throw Tooro Kingdom’s youthful Monarch, Omukama Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru.
In an article published in the Newvision the Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development Mary Karooro Okurut was concerned that there is a total disregard of women in the compensation process for land identified for roads, drillings sites and the oil refinery in the Albertine Graben. However, Betty Akol the Assistant Projects Officer of
By James Muhindo Seven days to the 52nd independence celebrations in Uganda, President Y.K. Museveni while at the Conference on Mineral wealth, in Kampala Uganda, took the country five decades back in the struggle for human rights. As reported in one of Uganda’s Dailies, the president said that government will change the law to allow
In an article published by the Daily Monitor, on Thursday October 2, 2014, the President of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni said the government will change the law to allow intending investors in the mining industry to access private land that contains minerals without negotiating with the land owners. The President is quoted to have said “the