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Why I have no Beef with Nigeria

By Mpuga Rukidi, Uganda: Sometime back, I upset, really upset with Africa's most populous country. I went on and on about how they should leave Ugandans, alone. I gave them credit were it is due, about how their music is so ubiquitous you would be mad not to know P Square, Two Face Idibia, Debanj and likes. But it appears […]

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Politics and ipads for our Politicians

By Mpuga Rukidi, Uganda: We always give our legislators a kick in the backside for not representing us. And even when the Honourable men and women think they have deliberated, we give them an even harder kick – in the same area (we are such callous people) – for sleep-representing; whatever that means. That is a term that we invent […]

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Sons of Excellencies

By Mpuga Rukidi, Uganda: I would be wrong to say am interested in politics, because am not. Instead, am interested in the nitty gritties that politics does present sometimes. Like a lady who watches football because she enjoys looking at David Beckham, even though – and I hope this doesn't break hearts (it's that brittle, you know) – her heartthrob […]

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