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The President has no superhuman wisdom


It would, therefore, be wise for the government Chief Whip, Ms Ruth Nankabirwa, to rethink the terms she uses to address President Museveni when speaking in public

KCCA FC progress great for Ugandan football


KCCA players are guaranteed six games which will go a long way to calming all the nerves that come with the biggest games Uganda Cranes often face

Police need some old brooms and new paint


After more than a week of hearing Gen Kayihura’s sins, the ceremony was a good opportunity for him to paint his legacy the way he would like it to be

Improve access to quality education


Rather than close unlicensed schools completely, government should help them to fix the gaps and allow learners to continue with school interrupted

Men and women must respect each other


We should urge both men and women to act responsibly, be exemplary and do things that advance peace, harmony and growth of the family and the country

NDA should put its act together


Why has no action been taken against the eight establishments that it says were found administering fake Hepatitis B vaccines?

Urban authorities must rein in noisy churches


How can city/town managers and environmental regulators be hard at work, but impotent to rein in the spreading noise pollution nuisance by open-air churches and bars?

Regulation of transport sector long overdue


Failure to do formal registration of drivers and boda boda riders has exposed passengers to fraudsters and unqualified people to take charge of their lives while on the wheel

Invest in saving newborn babies


With political will, commitment and consistent investment in the health sector, especially in maternal health, these proposals are achievable

Government should refocus on development


The government needs to put our money where its mouth is and redirect the country from politics top development

Ochola, Muzeyi work now cut out


Above all, police needs to re-direct its expenditure to core policing functions such as operations, investigations and intelligence gathering

Women’s rights should be everybody’s concern


Why, for instance, were Womens’s Day event yesterday organised by women and had majority women attendees? We need to stop this business of isolating women-related issues and making them the concern of mainly women activists and women themselves

Seize this chance to let police play their right role


The Force is also better equipped, has better headquarters, training facilities and accommodation in some areas

Stop mess in fighting nodding syndrome


Some of these victims are those who have been reintegrated into communities, but have relapsed due to poor living condition

Sensitise citizens to avoid electrocutions


A number of these deaths occur because of illegal connections that happen when people want to pay less or nothing for connecting electricity to their building

Make this more than just a trophy tour


Besides tourism, this trophy should inspire this nation to go out and play with the intention of improving the sporting culture here

Government should dispel siege mentality


Government should also institute an objective investigation of the situation, generally, in order to get to the root causes of the problem. Ugandans want answers

Public confidence in Uganda police waning


Ever since the appointment of Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura, some rank and file in police have expressed their scepticism about the general’s leadership style and capabilities

Government should address rising fees problem


Most disturbing is that all this is happening against a backdrop of a stern warning by the Ministry of Education to schools against doing so

Magara murder raises critical questions


The kidnappers were using 17 phone SIM cards throughout the hostage period to demand a ransom from the family, but these SIM cards cannot be traced to any of the kidnappers

Police should get back to basics of policing


How can the IGP blame critics when every Ugandan worries about being the next victim of crime?

Government must tackle nodding syndrome once and for all


The most frustrating aspect about the disease was that no particular cause had been identified. Soon research teams from around the world were studying this disease, with Uganda as a case study

Govt should protect Lubigi wetland


Although the ministerial order is targeting Lubigi wetland encroachers alone for now, we think it would be wise for the ministry to issue similar orders to other encroachers

Restore security of person and property


The incidents of insecurity continue to rise in the country. Not only is household property being lost but in some extreme cases lives have been lost too

Poor performance in Sciences: Govt must rethink strategy


The minister said that there is a disconnection between the teaching of Sciences since theory is taught first to cover the syllabus, and practical taught later