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Amateur Theatrics

The Whitaker Group thought you might be interested in the opinion piece authored by our Founder and President Rosa Whitaker, which was published in The Hill news in Washington DC today.

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The Media shouldn’t Parrot Opposition false Claims!

March, 25, 16
As Ugandans await the Supreme Court ruling on John Patrick Amama Mbabazi, the ‘Go Forward’ presidential candidate’s election petition seeking to nullify President Yoweri Museveni’s election victory, I take issue with broadly with the Uganda media, and in particular, The Daily Monitor’s coverage of election campaigns and results so far. Read more about The Media shouldn’t Parrot Opposition false Claims!

EU Observers were Busy Taking Tea, Swigging Beers

Feb 24, 16                            Read more about EU Observers were Busy Taking Tea, Swigging Beers

NRM and Government must Get Down Working Doubly

Leave Besigye, Amama Fight for the Spoils

NRM Members, Let us Embrace After Primaries

FDC’s Fatuma Zainabu was Planted to tarnish the Police

Great Work Done, But More Efforts Still Needed!

Unsung Heroes of the NRA/M Revolution

Ugandans in their twenties may not be familiar with the title SDA - Special District Administrator, the precursor to the current Resident District Commissioner.  As the Resistance war drew to a close in 1985, there emerged a challenge of governing territory under NRA Controlled areas.   Officials in local government in those areas had either fled or absconded. Read more about Unsung Heroes of the NRA/M Revolution

Access to Education Critical to National Development

Uganda’s education sector suffered devastation in the 1970’s owing to civil war and unrest that characterized the country at the time. School infrastructure was run down; man power was lost mainly due to brain drain, combined with neglect.  
Shortly after the NRM government came to power, reforms were suggested to revamp the education system and the programmes that the system came up with were mainly to address issues of access, equality and sustainability. Read more about Access to Education Critical to National Development

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