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When Covid-19 exposed our dirty underbelly

We are now plumb in the middle of our second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Friends relatives, and acquaintances  have been passing onto to nether world in an unprecedented manner. People who were alive and well a few weeks ago…

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Afande Nakalema’s quixotic adventures

Of those reading this, 90% of you have probably never heard of a gentleman (read soldier) named Abdullah Nasur. Lt. Col. Abdullah Nasur, to be precise, was Governor of Central Province in the 1970’s, and in this office he played…

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The (wo)man with the key is still missing!

“The Man With The Key Has Gone” is the title of a 1993 book that was written by the Irish-Ugandan Doctor Ian ‘Busulwa’ Clarke, describing mostly the times he worked as a missionary doctor in Kiwoko. It is perhaps through…

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What John Pombe Magufuli saw and knew

In life and death, the late President John Pombe Joseph Magufuli will always remain a controversial figure who is revered and loathed in varying measures . Controversial because of what he saw and knew, and controversial because of the nexus…

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