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At least 20,000 “ghost voters” in Uganda’s voter register ahead of February 8 Presidential Elections

09 February 2016

With just about 9 days to the 2016 presidential elections, many Ugandans are itching to vote. According to the Electoral Commission (EC) of Uganda, almost everything is in place for the February 18th polls and a free and fair...

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Statement from Ugandans Demanding and End to Police Brutality

13 October 2015

To The Ministry of Internal Affairs The Speaker of Uganda Parliament The Inspector General of Police The Uganda Human Rights Commission RE: POLICE BRUTALITY AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AHEAD OF 2016 UGANDA ELECTIONS We, concerned citizens of Uganda, Outraged...

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#KibuuleMustResign – Youth Affairs Minister encourages rape!

24 September 2013

In the Daily Monitor of 24th September, Youth Affairs Minister Ronald Kibuule went on record with the notion that women dressed indecently have asked to be raped and suspects who have raped such women should be released.   To...

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South Sudan #FreeUgandaJournos

30 July 2013

  Hillary while covering floods in Kasese, Western Uganda a few months ago. This is Hillary Ayesiga a Ugandan journalist. I met Hillary in 2007 when we started working for Nation TV Uganda (NTV), a part of the Aga...

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WHY THE UGANDAN PUBLIC IGNORED THE MEDIA SIEGE

04 June 2013

I have been following the bashings that many rights campaigners have been levying at the Ugandan public regarding our indifference to the Government siege of the Monitor Publications and Red Pepper Publications offices. I do personally believe that what...

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How the Ugandan Media Houses are letting Ugandans down

04 June 2013

In the last few days, Ugandan media houses involving Daily Monitor, Red Pepper, K-FM and Dembe FM has suffered closure by Uganda Police and has raised a lot of debate and protest even as I pen down this blog....

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