Crispin Kaheru: “In speech, Museveni was firm on fighting corruption”

The most striking part of the President’s address was his firm stance on corruption. Declaring proof of a corruption racket within the government, he vowed to crush these malpractices without granting amnesty. This statement resonates with the public’s demand for accountability and integrity in governance. The president’s language indicated a shift towards a more aggressive…

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Why Russia is Uganda and Africa’s key ally in trade, security

In the global arena, strategic partnerships are pivotal for national development. Uganda, a country rich in natural resources and potential, has been exploring alliances that can propel its economic and security objectives. Among its various international partners, Russia stands out as a particularly promising ally. Over the past six decades, Uganda and Russia have nurtured…

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European colonialists exploited Africa, now they want to keep its people poor

Over the last couple of years, some European nations have multiplied on endeavors to contain the inundation of migrants from Africa and different regions of the planet, with many mooting harder limitations. While some updated their haven and relocation arrangements, others keep on constraining African states to increment movement controls. Migrants, in many thousands, frequently…

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Digital innovation is revolutionizing access to financial services in Uganda

Rebecca Nassiwa Uganda continues to witness a transformative shift toward indigenous and global digital innovations. Last year, the ICT sector unveiled a 5-year digital roadmap to revolutionize Uganda’s technological landscape. Many players in the industry are benchmarking on this to harness the power of technology with various banks, unveiling several digital innovations to keep up…

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