Monthly Archives: January 2021

President Yoweri Museveni Needs To Talk Peace And Reconciliation

As Ugandans, we have invested time and effort to achieve the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. The effort to hold periodic elections for president, members of parliament and other leaders is both constitutional and political. It is constitutional because the 1995 Constitution spells out the tenure

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Court Suspends Nairobi Governor By-Election Again

Justice James Makau has yet again suspended the Nairobi governor by-election. However, in a new twist, judge Makau on Wednesday froze the IEBC’s 60-day timeline to conduct elections. This means that IEBC will begin counting the 60 days after the case is concluded in court. The commission had scheduled the election for February 18 before the Gazette notice was suspended.

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Despite Presidency Rejection, Ondo State Government Still Insists That Herdsmen Must Leave Forest Reserves

The Ondo State Government has maintained its earlier stands that herdsmen must obey the seven-day ultimatum issued by Governor Rotimi Akeredolu asking them to vacate the forest reserves in the state. Let’s recall that Akeredolu had ordered herdsmen in the state to vacate the forest reserves within a period of seven days counting from Monday, 18th January. The Governor also

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