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Giving accountability is a responsibility, not a punishment

After marriage those who attended your wedding expect you to get children

Being raised by responsible parents is a bonus and a good foundation that prepares you to handle future challenges with ease. Things are fast changing and children are now being carelessly raised with no sense of respect, tolerance and accountability.  I remember those days when my parents could not buy …

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Honey, I missed my periods

I missed my periods

If someone has ever told you this statement you must have taken her, with some justice, to be a kill joy or a sadist of some sort.  This is one of those statements you receive and your intestines run cold especially if the person making it is just a girlfriend …

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Big crocodile or  small fry, a thief remains a thief  

IGG Irene Mulyagonja

The squabble between Chief Justice Bart Katureebe and Inspector General of Government Irene Mulyagonja, about prosecuting or not, of magistrates caught in the acts of stealing money, is merely a case of splitting hairs. Their spat is over two magistrates: Richard Ndangwa and Freddie Awacnedi, who, during their respective duties, …

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United Nations has failed the Nations

UN Secretary General Antonio Gutterez

“Britain is like a toothless bulldog, wagging its tail before Smith, and fearing him like hell.” In 1974, that statement, during the Internet pre-viral days, went globally “viral”. It was said by the Zambian High Commissioner to Britain, Ali Simbule, castigating the British Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, for failing to …

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Why NRM lost the elite

Some of the many Nyanzi's disciples who follow on Nyanzi's posts

The leaders of the ruling party have told Ugandans on their faces how they no longer care about public interest, hence Stella Nyanzi and her many disciples!     The National Resistance Movement (NRM) may claim that it is in charge of the affairs of this country. Its chairman is …

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