Let us imprison Messrs. Moral Hazard and Impunity and the economy will rebound.

Those fellows at Harvard are at it again. I want to believe them because what they are saying is...

How does economic growth happen? (Part 2)

Our debate about how economic growth happens did take place, thanks to one Philip Karugaba. Several brilliant minds were...

How does economic growth happen? (Part 1)

It is official. That most venerable of newspapers, ‘The Economist” (April 14th, page 70) has admitted nobody knows how...

From ‘Gold Coast’ 2018 to ‘Wakanda’ with love and a 6.9% growth

Ask any Ugandan what their favorite name for Uganda is these days and if the have watched ‘Black Panther’...

In the strange Commonwealth, it’s English tea please!

This week, the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) is taking place in London. Kind of strange, if you...
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DR. SEJJAAKA IS A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT WHOSE EXPERIENCE AS BOTH A PROFESSOR AND ENTREPRENEUR, HAS GIVEN HIM THE CLARITY NECESSARY TO COMMENT ON SOCIAL ISSUES.

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This is ‘Makunika’ calling. Do you read?

Probably you don’t remember the word ‘Makunika’. From Morse code to telegrams to fax, to emails, we have come a long way. The word ‘Makunika’ is an acronym for Makerere University Kampala. In the days of the telegram, if you…

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This week we were back in a place I love to be. We were in class, learning and debating development in our small corner of the World. We were...

Our skills crisis: square pegs in round holes?

The people (nations) of the lake area (also called the inter lacustrine region) share a beautiful culture. More than just having a beautiful culture, they also have a powerful...