The media is th…

The media is the seer for the speechless and in any nation where the rights and freedoms of the media are trampled upon, plainly means that there is no rule of law and democracy. Media Freedom is requisite to the building democracy and rule of law. It fosters accountability to those abusing the privilege to…

A Long Journey of Visions Not Realized

The problem of Uganda is not that we don’t have enough resources and that is not true we do have the richest climate, fertile soils, with the oil discovery as some people say though it was discovered long ago, yes Gold in Karamoja, on additional to that we have good policy writers in the world. …

Nandala Mafabi scoops PNOBW Job.

  Earlier this week, the Leader of Opposition flew out of the country and his destination was Azerbaijan, little did we know that the man from the mountains of the sun was eyeing a juicy position from Parliamentary Network on World Bank and Internationally Monetary Fund. The first time we heard about it was when…

When Press Freedom and Rule of Law Suffers At The Expense of Impunity

On Monday 20th May 2013, Uganda Police Force stormed the Namuwongo based Monitor Publication with a court warrant to search for the alleged Sejusa letter that was published in Daily Monitor. This followed summons and interrogations meetings of Daily Monitor Journalists Kasasira Ridsel, Wanambwa Richard and their editor Don Wanyama, the trio argued that they…