Integration of the East African Community

On 26th July 2014, panelists appeared on HITS FM to discuss the integration of the East African Community. “Integration means different countries coming together to form one community/country. The integration of the East African Community will include countries like Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. Other countries like Congo and South Sudan are also in […]

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“Modern education was not born in Africa”, Kenneth Bajenja

On 19th July 2014, Mr. Kenneth Bajenja, a local citizen of Hakibaale Sub County in Kabarole District indicated how the present modern education was not born in Africa. “Modern education was not born in Africa, it was introduced by colonialists through the Christian Missionaries in 1877. Uganda was under colonial dictatorship from 1894 – 1962, […]

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“What has your leader delivered ever since he/she entered office”, Kasigazi Willy Donanto.

On 12th July 2014, Mr. Kasigazi Willy Donanto cautioned local citizens on what local leaders have delivered for them ever since they voted them into the offices they hold.  “What have your leaders delivered ever since they entered the offices they hold? As local citizens, you should know that it’s your responsibility to monitor these […]

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“What are taxes and why do we pay for them?” Businge John

On 5th July 2014, panelists appeared on HITS FM to discuss the hiked taxes by government on local citizens. “Taxes are fees that the government collects from its citizens and their businesses to pay for expenses. The government needs taxes for support in implementing facilities like infrastructure, health, education, paying civil servants, among others”, said […]

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“Leaders are taking us as enemies yet we are advocating for the people”, Mukwano Ssenyonjo

On 29th June 2014, the Chair Person of People’s Rights and Forum for Development in Mugusu Sub County, Kabarole District Mr. Mukwano Ssenyonjo indicated how local leaders are looking at rural monitors as enemies. “Leaders are taking us as enemies yet we are advocating for the local people. If we raise an issue to the […]

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