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Alexander Twinokwesiga

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Baba Twino is an award winning writer.. The award was for being the best English speaker.

Minority Vis-À-Vis Majority Rights: The Politics Of Human Rights

The status quo The human rights situation in Africa is diverse, complex and it varies from country to country and from one community to another....

Oh, Uganda: The government alone cannot educate our children.

Change, the adage goes, is a fact of life. As such, a handful of experts, members of the Cabinet, and the top two officers...

DEMOcracy: the reality of modern day democratic theory.

Democracy’s distinctive agendas Broadly, we can take democracy to entail self-rule; we can take it to entail certain individual freedoms; we can take it to...

Yahya Jammeh, and the other bitter fruits of African independence.

In politics, there is nothing new under the sun; what is happening today has happened before, and will happen again in the future. In...

Doctors call the shots: work with them!

By law The government is mandated to guarantee and/or enable the right the right to life, a right which begins at conception.  The Constitution of...

Dying declarations.

The issue Maintaining peace, security and safety, law and order in Uganda, some of the foundations necessary for a truly just society do not come...

Of falling institutions.

Honourable Raila Odinga, a renowned Kenyan politician is said to have once said that what Africa needs to develop are three things; “infrastructure, infrastructure,...

Women in politics.

Tuesday, November 11, 2016 was a day that bore bounds of promise for many, especially women world over. After decades of demonstrations of their...

Head hunting: improper, or otherwise?

Not so long ago, I met a touring American who said that their job is head hunting employees for both local and foreign employers...

Elected Immigration: It Could Get Ugly.

Are we really ready? Lately, there has been a buzz about returning back to the blazing glory that was the East African Community. Preparations and...