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  Greetings again from the old man with a hat. When I last sent out a missive, it was talking about the prominent Ugandans that had died and what I knew about them. These were: Kirunda, the footballer;... Read More

Countrymen, Countrywomen and especially, the Bazukulu.

I send you greetings, after a long time of absence, occupied by COVID -19. Thanks for listening to the scientists' advice as to how to avoid this dangerous disease. 

As of today, the 14th of... Read More

You should know that man has been here on earth for 4 ½ million years. Some people think there is a difference between the Bible and Science, but I don’t think so. The Bible was summarising a long process. So, when they say, Creation is not necessarily in conflict with science, which says man... Read More

Greetings to all of you Ugandans. On New Year's Day I will make a broadcast where I will give a detailed report of whatever is happening. However, for today I wanted to salute the Electoral Commission for registering voters and also for extending the registration time because a number... Read More

To all Ugandans.

This is to express condolences to the families of the nine Ugandans that died in the Elgon area and the seventeen Ugandans that died in the Rwenzori area.  Condolences also to all Ugandans as a whole. These losses, on account of floods and landslides, are,... Read More

Dear Ugandans and, especially, the Bazzukulu.

Greetings. Crime seems to be going down on account of the as yet limited efforts we have deployed. The Police, at the Police Post or station, are supposed to have a standby force twenty four hours a day and seven days a week to react... Read More

Fellow Ugandans and, especially, the Bazzukulu

Greetings, after some weeks of absence. This time, I will, again, address you on the issue of combating crime because crime was appearing, again, after we had suppressed it with Operation Wembley in the year 2002.

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Fellow Ugandans and, especially, the Bazzukulu.

Greetings to all of you. I have been moving to Addis Ababa, Juba, Jinja etc. Today, I am busy with Cabinet. In a few days, I will get time to respond to your earlier responses. However, for today, I will only comment on... Read More

Fellow Ugandans and, especially, the Bazzukulu.

Greetings. I have been busy with the by-elections in Hoima and Kaabong and the Commonwealth Parliamentarians Association (CPA) that is still meeting in Munyonyo. Hence, I have not had time to respond to your responses to... Read More

Fellow Ugandans and, especially, the Bazzukulu 

It says, in the Church of Uganda Prayer Book, on page 5, as follows: “They left undone what they ought to have done and they did that they ought not to have done and there is no truth in them”. In Runyakore, it says... Read More

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