Will MPs choose facts over fictions in Biotech debate?
The Biotechnology and bio-safety Bill is back on the order paper to be debated, and the focus is on MPs whether they will go with proven facts or fancy fiction.
Has the west really taken a lion’s share of the cabinet?
The analysis by one of Uganda’s dailies about the weekend’s cabinet reshuffle has stated that senior ministerial positions have gone to individuals from western region.
Ministerial appointments: A case of 'ours is ours but mine is mine’
Chinua Achebe's proverb: “ours is ours but mine is mine” in No Longer at Ease, comes in handy when looking at the recent ministerial appointments.
International Women’s Day, due on Sunday March 8, should help us all appreciate the plight of women and their importance to humanity.