First they came for the Bayindi ….!

February 26, 2014


Drew Ddembe After the war on mini skirts, ‘sodomists’ people who put their tongues in the ‘wrong’ places, one wonders who is next! According to the one and only visionary in the country, to “lick the bowl” or to “suck the lollipop” to apply the local colloquials are unnatural and “una african” whatever that means!! […]

Posted in: Uganda

Letter to Nina – Of Lukwago when the state exercises primitive power!

November 25, 2013


My dearest Nina Mbabazi,   Today i watched a little jumped up tin pot dictator exercise his power in an expression of brute force.      It reminded me of yours and my courtship at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011. those days you my dear were full of fire. You were […]

Posted in: Nina

Were Museveni’s 2011 elections rigged?

November 24, 2013


In 2011 all President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni run in a presidential election for the 5th time. He has previously stood in 1980 where he got 4.1% of the vote in an election widely believed to have been rigged. He subsequently fought a very destructive 5 year war in which tens to hundreds of thousands of […]

Posted in: Elections, Museveni

Test post from Rstudio

November 17, 2013


Title This is an R Markdown document. Markdown is a simple formatting syntax for authoring web pages (click the Help toolbar button for more details on using R Markdown). When you click the Knit HTML button a web page will be generated that includes both content as well as the output of any embedded R […]

Posted in: Uganda

Letter to Nina; Please give me a reason to return to Uganda!

July 26, 2013


Nina my dear,   Obwedda bambi ndi wano nga nkulowoozako! You see these days I get really worried about you! Anti the streets are heaving and panting with anger! And one of these days, something is going to give! As they say in luganda, ‘ekizimba kinateera okwabikka’! I do not know if you people are […]

Parliament’s approving General Aronda as minister is an abuse of the 1995 constitution!

July 21, 2013


A few years ago, Noble Mayombo, a serving army officer was appointed to chair the New Vision board and later was appointed a permanent secretary. I thought that that was strange and was a contradiction of the spirit in which the constitution of Uganda mandated the exclusion of serving army officers in politics. A few […]