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During the just concluded Ugandan elections 2021, the authorities that be, decided to shut down the Internet. Initially the...

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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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When ‘good’ wo(men) are tongue tied

Michael Matovu (RIP) was one of my idols as a kid joining King’s College Budo. His mother Mary Matovu specifically asked him to take care of me, which he did unreservedly. Visiting Ghana house, which was reputed for ‘bullying’ Njuka’s…

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