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A shocking encounter with fall army-worms

  About a week ago, my wife Esther brought my attention to an attack in our little maize garden. She urged me to spray the tender plants having detected damage on the leaves on the crop that is just three weeks now. I hesitantly accepted to spray against the feeling …

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Can Magufuli really stand up to dictators?

Tanzania's Magufuli vows to take on African dictators

  The victory achieved by West African leaders over the weekend in successfully ending the dictatorship of former Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh without spilling a drop of blood, has sparked a huge sense of euphoria across Uganda and indeed the African continent. The high sense of excitement could be seen …

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Churches should start Interest-free banks

I was astonished to learn from Pastor Bugingo that in just one night he was able to collect from the worshipers in his House of Prayer Ministries UGX211 million. Bugingo’s Church is still smaller than many thats why I am sure the big Churches like that of Pastor Sserwadda collected …

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Land acquisition framework: More still needs to be done

Dickens Kamugisha

Acquisition of land by government for various development projects has for long been mired in controversy and dissatisfaction from private individual landowners. All this largely stem from delayed compensation or lack of consensus on acquisition, compensation and relocation terms. A recent survey by Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) of …

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