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PRESIDENT IDI AMIN SUPPORT FOR AFRICAN LIBERATION MOVEMENTS

Today’s young generation of Africans have little knowledge of the key role that President Idi Amin played in support of African liberation movements in the 1970s. Many are unaware that between 1975 and 1979 when he left for Libya and then Saudi Arabia, the most vocal African leader against Apartheid was Idi Amin. It is […]

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THE FIRST PARLIAMENT OF UGANDA, THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

In 1962, the Buganda representatives under Kabaka Yekka (KY) struck an alliance with the UPC known as UPC/KY Alliance. This gave the UPC/KY Alliance the necessary strength to form a coalition government with Apollo Milton Obote as the Prime Minister and DP led by Ben Kiwanuka in the Opposition. This was the Government that was […]

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DIFFERENT COVID-19 VACCINES ARE ALREADY IN CIRCULATION

Less than one year after the COVID-19 pandemic launched the world into a health crisis, the goal of developing a vaccine for a return to normality was reached.  Now, several different vaccines are already in circulation globally and hundreds more vaccine candidates are in various stages of preparation, showing a promising way out of the […]

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Plans aimed at achieving the Uganda Vision 2040

This National Development Plan (NDPII) is the second in a series of six five-year Plans aimed at achieving the Uganda Vision 2040. The goal of this Plan is to propel the country towards middle income status by 2020 through strengthening the country’s competitiveness for sustainable wealth creation, employment and inclusive growth. The Situation Uganda’s development […]

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No Political rallies during the 2020/21 Uganda electoral process

The Electoral Commission (EC) has disallowed political rallies during the 2020/21 Uganda electoral process to prevent further spread of Coronavirus in Uganda. Speaking Tuesday at the launch of the revised roadmap for the polls, EC chairman Justice Simon Byabakama observed: “Mass rallies will not be allowed but campaigns will be conducted mainly through media.” Byabakama […]

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