Further Foreign Interference and Witch-hunt as UK Sanctions Speaker Among

In yet another case of witch-hunt or rather a show of foreign meddling, the United Kingdom (UK) announced on Tuesday that they have imposed sanctions on Uganda’s Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among, on allegations of corruption. UK’s Deputy Foreign Secretary, Andrew Mitchell, said the sanctions based on the theft and diversion of iron sheets meant…

Lobito Corridor Railway Project: Another Western Scheme to Loot from Africa

It seems the United States of America and the European Union (EU) will not, at least in the near future, relent on scheming to plunder Africa’s natural resources as they continue to front exploitative systems designed to profit from the continent’s resources and keep its people in poverty. One of these plots, is the Lobito…

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Homosexuals, Russophobics Behind Disinformation Campaign Against Uganda’s Parliament – Analysts

The ongoing tarnishing of Uganda’s Parliament on social media platforms, particularly X (formerly Twitter), is a deliberate, planned, and well-funded campaign by homosexuals and russophobics, analysts say. For the past few weeks, Ugandans have been treated to unverified and alarming claims of financial impropriety at Parliament propagated by exiguous X (formerly Twitter) users. Parliament, through…

Russia-Africa Summit: What is key for Uganda?

Uganda will be part of the upcoming Russia-Africa Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia in July 2023. But, what does it mean for Uganda? Kungu Al-mahadi Adam, gives his analysis; Russia’s expansion of military, economic, and political cooperation with Africa has grown in recent years. For example, Russia signed more than 20 bilateral defense agreements with…

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EU resolution not binding to Tanzania and Uganda, says envoy

The European Union (EU) head of delegation to Tanzania and the East African Community, Mr Manfredo Fanti, expressed the union’s standing in the ongoing construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline project (EACOP) impasse following the September 14 resolution by the EU Parliament condemning the project on claims of environmental concerns and negative effect…

Nile basin conflict explained as expert debunks Egypt’s claims of sole ownership of the river

Ethiopian expert on the Nile Basin, Ambassador Ibrahim Endris has debunked claims that Egypt, one of the downstream countries, solely owns the Nile and has exclusive historical rights over its utilization. This, he said on Monday September 5, while addressing participants of the first regional high-level conference of the Nile Upper Reparian Countries cooperation Conference…

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