Besigye Floored Muntu in the FDC Debate: My Analysis

Muntu and Besigye: Photo montage courtesy of The East African In  case you missed it, The NTV sponsored FDC Presidential Primary debate last night was such an en eye opening event for watchers of Ugandan politics including yours truly. From 10:00pm to 12:30am, Retired Gen. Mugisha Muntu, incumbent FDC president faced off with Rtd. Col.… Continue reading Besigye Floored Muntu in the FDC Debate: My Analysis

Tackling Mwenda’s Malarkey on Term Limits

By Bernard Sabiti 12/08/2015 Synopsis: Today we start with a flashback: Episode 1: August 2005, Kampala, Uganda. Scene 1: Date: August 10. Location: Kololo Airstrip. Event: Funeral service of Ugandans that, a few days earlier, had died with then Sudanese Vice President, John Garang in a helicopter crash. Yoweri Museveni: “These newspapers, I am the… Continue reading Tackling Mwenda’s Malarkey on Term Limits

Taking Down Andrew Mwenda’s Pseudo-Intellectualism

By Bernard Sabiti We will start with definitions here: 1. Pseudo-intellectual. Noun. 1. “a person exhibiting intellectual pretensions that have no basis in sound scholarship.” 2. “a person who pretends an interest in intellectual matters for reasons of status.” 3. “a person who wants to be thought of as having a lot of intelligence and… Continue reading Taking Down Andrew Mwenda’s Pseudo-Intellectualism