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The Coffee Deal With UVCC Is a Bad Deal
Uganda’s Coffee Journey: The Laboratory
Only 43 months to Uganda’s first oil drop
UPDF has done much more than create Peace
This day in 1981 marked the genesis of a five-year long struggle that brought National Resistance Movement (NRM) to power in 1986.
Tarehe Sita Reminds us to Reject Ideological Idiocracy
Tarehe Sita is a Swahilli word to mean the ‘sixth day’, which in this context is the day of 06th February 1981 when the struggle to liberate our motherland Uganda began with an attack on Kabamba military barracks.
A Liberated Health Sector; Why Ugandans Should Commemorate 26th January.
Every year, the people of Uganda commemorate 26th January; the date in 1986 when the National Resistance Army (NRA) and National Resistance Movement (NRM)