Category: Editorial

THERE IS EVERY REASON TO CELEBRATE THE KABAZIGURUKA CASE BUT THE MOST POWERFUL LEGAL MISSILES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TOWARDS SECTION 119 OF THE UPDF ACT.

THERE IS EVERY REASON TO CELEBRATE THE KABAZIGURUKA CASE BUT THE MOST POWERFUL LEGAL MISSILES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TOWARDS SECTION 119 OF THE UPDF ACT.

THERE IS EVERY REASON TO CELEBRATE THE KABAZIGURUKA CASE BUT THE MOST POWERFUL LEGAL MISSILES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TOWARDS SECTION 119 OF THE UPDF ACT. Recently, the Constitutional Court delivered its judgment in which Michael Kabaziguruka a staunch member of FDC and former Member of Parliament Nakawa East Constituency was challenging his trial in the […]

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FDC RESPONSE TO THE OBSERVER NEWSPAPER ALLEGATIONS.

FDC RESPONSE TO THE OBSERVER NEWSPAPER ALLEGATIONS.

We have read with grave concern allegations leveled against the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) in the Observer news paper issue of June 2-8 under a shouting headline article, ‘How Museveni Infiltrated FDC’, and wish to state that the story is devoid of supported facts, rife with allegations and totally misleading. We therefore would like […]

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STATE ABDUCTION OF FDC LEADER AND KAWEMPE DIVISION COUNCILOR NAMWANGA LUKIA.

STATE ABDUCTION OF FDC LEADER AND KAWEMPE DIVISION COUNCILOR NAMWANGA LUKIA.

We are saddened to announce the sudden disappearance of Ms. Nalongo Namwanga Lukia, the Bwaise 1 Parish Woman Councilor to Kawempe Division Urban Council in Kampala City. She also doubles as the FDC NEC member serving as Deputy Secretary for Local Government. At the time of her abduction, she was vying for the Kawempe South […]

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Malawi’s Normal Presidential Election Re-Run Vs Uganda’s Scientific General Elections

Malawi’s Normal Presidential Election Re-Run Vs Uganda’s Scientific General Elections

Yesterday, over 6million registered Malawians thronged in huge numbers to polling booths across the Country to re-elect the next President of Malawi marking and end to a full year political showdown between Government, Opposition and civil society. The re- run of May 2019 Presidential election was ordered by Malawi Constitutional court in February 2020 after […]

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