February 27, 2020
  • February 27, 2020

Articles Posted by Kamara Deo

Ugandan women ranked in lead entrepreneur position in Africa

by on January 14, 2020 0

Thanks to the move of liberalizing business and the efforts by the government to take on gender-sensitive policies and deliberate effort towards woman emancipation. Uganda leads Africa in countries that have a high number of women-owned enterprises as a percentage of total business owners despite poor entrepreneurial supporting factors. It was followed by Ghana and […]

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Court releasing list of convicted corrupt officials indicates Govt determination to fight the scourge

by on December 2, 2019 0

The Directorate of Public Prosecutions published a list of more than a hundred convicted corrupt government officials. The officials which include the famous but annoying scandal that involved Jimmy Lwamafa ex- permanent secretary , Christopher Obey former accountant in the pensions department and former director for research and development ;have caused a loss of Shs […]

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Solomon Sserwanja’s BBC Komla Dumor Award a sign of Media freedom in Uganda

by on October 3, 2019 0

Ugandans in the media space have recently been celebrating and congratulating Solomon Sserwanja upon scooping himself the BBC prestigious Komla Dumor Award. The Vice chancellor of Makerere University took on his twitter account and showered the journalist with praises and could not hide the excitement of the news of what he called a passionate alumnus […]

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Questioning the quality of Political leaders in Buganda

by on September 17, 2019 0

At reception of Independence in 19962, Uganda had few highly educated people who took on leadership responsibilities in various capacities. Ugandan history has it that Baganda received education first with Mutesa I being the farther of formal education.  Officially Uganda, from 1894 to 1961, was a British Protectorate much like Zanzibar. Britain never colonized the […]

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