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Corridors of Power

By Vision Reporter

Added 23rd March 2010 03:00 AM

They said it:
“These issues depress us further and develop a feeling that the Government intends to suppress the Baganda,” Buganda Katikkiro J.B. Walusimbi, after elaborating issues that Buganda thinks must be solved by the Government.

They said it:
“These issues depress us further and develop a feeling that the Government intends to suppress the Baganda,” Buganda Katikkiro J.B. Walusimbi, after elaborating issues that Buganda thinks must be solved by the Government.

They said it:
“These issues depress us further and develop a feeling that the Government intends to suppress the Baganda,” Buganda Katikkiro J.B. Walusimbi, after elaborating issues that Buganda thinks must be solved by the Government.

“I am also listing Museveni’s weaknesses. I will use them in the presidential campaigns,” DP President Norbert Mao.

“I am infuriated by those who have been carrying out a slanderous campaign that it is the Government which burnt Kasubi Tombs. What incredibly wicked elements we have in Uganda! If anybody was still in doubt of their evil and wickedness, a slander like this is part of the proof,” President Yoweri Museveni refuting ‘whispering’ allegations that Government had a hand in the Kasubi fire.

“I am too busy and the party is on the move. I am too busy to be distracted by challengers,” NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi, when asked by those challenging him to the Secretary General position.

“Because of the congestion and the heat, most of the women prefer to sleep naked at night,” a source from Luzira Prisons after a male prisoner was discovered to have spent two nights in the women’s wing.

“It is only those who have never gone to the bush that can opt for violent means to change state power,” FDC presidential aspirant Colonel Kizza Besigye, while campaigning in Rakai.

“The Government of Uganda has made it a regular practice of silencing voices of descent,” Paula Schriefer, Freedom House Director of Advocacy.

Corridors of Power

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