Undeniably, the newly introduced social media tax in Uganda will deepen the digital gap. But let me focus on women because the barriers Ugandan women face in accessing and using the internet are still massive. 1 in 9 women in Africa have access to the internet. Only about 37 percent of women surveyed in tenREAD MORE
After watching @SpeakerJBMuturi on NTV, it's clear he is not making argument from a legal standpoint but just trying to protect what's left of his term in office. There is no way you argue about convinience when referring to sections of this country's Supreme Law.
Dear KE media, When reporting this story, please be sure to highlight #WeAre52pc who were the first to petition @dkmaraga over the dissolution of Parliament three years ago. It is individual women and women's organizations who have relentlessly pushed to uphold the constitution.
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