• The folly of Uganda’s mobile money tax

    The folly of Uganda’s mobile money tax0

    It almost seems someone at the top of the food chain wants mobile money to fail in Uganda. That can be the only reason for the latest developments. It all started perfectly and for a moment, it looked like we were going to transform financial inclusion but before take off, some folks are out to

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  • How necessary is the death penalty?

    How necessary is the death penalty?0

    Death penalty has over the years become a contentious issue for Africa and the world over. There has been an established pattern in which the use of the death penalty is linked to poverty.  Poor and desperate people are mostly the ones liable to death penalty by the courts. The death penalty has become a

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  • Signs of a Museveni fatigue: It is Kyadondo East, not North

    Signs of a Museveni fatigue: It is Kyadondo East, not North0

    The young friend of ours is called Honorable Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu AKA Bobi Wine, and he represents Kyadondo East, not North as you assert in your latest misguided missive that is out of touch. What are the security services doing in collecting Honorable Kyagulanyi’s messages? I thought their role does not include involving themselves in

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  • Uganda’s criminal justice system is failing. Here’s how to make it work

    Uganda’s criminal justice system is failing. Here’s how to make it work0

    Uganda’s criminal justice system is suffering from multiple organ failure. The breakdown has unleashed on the population a system that continues to preside over mass incarceration that ravages rights, struggles to deliver justice to victims of crimes, tares families apart and condemns children and communities to the vagaries of shattered homes. Over the past 9

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  • Culture /Religion Vs Human Rights

    Culture /Religion Vs Human Rights0

    On 21 November 2017 proprietors and editors of Red Pepper, a tabloid newspaper in Uganda were arrested.  Those arrested include Arinaitwe Rugyendo, James Mujuni, Richard Tusiime, and Johnson Byabaraha who are also known to have a huge share in the business, the media institution.  A Police spokesperson in a briefing after the arrests said the

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Dear Kenyans, Please do not be fooled by this. Was it not this same President who insisted some of his nominees did not need fresh vetting? Is it not his own party that turned Parliamentary vetting into a sham? His actions speak louder than his fake fury. mobile.nation.co.ke/…