By Keefa Nuwahereza People Power movement leader Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, who is also the Kyadondo East Member of Parliament and a 2021 Presidential contender, has called upon President Yoweri Museveni to either stand down peacefully or be dust-binned into the trash cans of history. Bobi Wine said this on Monday while addressing People Power leaders at the pressure group’s offices in Kampala, where he issued a statement about the Scientific Elections that the Electoral Commission is planning to organise next year. Some of the People Power stalwarts who attended the Press Briefing Here below is Bobi Wine’s full statement reproduced verbatim; Apart from Bobi Wine, Members of parliament who attended the press briefing were Hon. Muwaga Kivubi Muhammad of B
By Joseph Kabuleta ‘Find Me Guilty’ is a 2006 comedy thriller based on the true story of what was the longest mafia trial in American history. The main protagonist was a felon called Giacomo DiNorscio, a member of the Philadelphia crime family (acted by Vin Diesel), who defended himself, and turned the trial into a protracted comedy. In one of his lines he tells a story of a stingy man who never left money home for his housewife. Every time she asked for cash, he would pull out a new 100-dollar bill, stretch it out in front of the mirror and say: “Do you see that money (pointing to the reflection), that’s yours. But this one ---- as he folded the note and put it back in his pocket ----- is mine. And off to the bar. And so he always did; offered her the reflection and took the
By Elite News Reporter Brazil has become the second country, after the USA, to register more than 50,000 deaths from COVD-19. It comes amid growing political unrest and a few days after the country confirmed more than one million Coronavirus infections. Experts warn that the peak of the outbreak in Brazil is still weeks away. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recorded the biggest one-day increase in cases, with the Americas responsible for most of the new infections. Of the 183,000 new cases reported in 24 hours, more than 60% were from North and South America, the agency said. However, the growing outbreak did not stop thousands of supporters and opponents of Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro from taking to the streets in rival protests on Sunday. Ant...
By Elite News Reporter The government of Uganda is set to repatriate several Ugandans who are currently stranded in South Africa due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown that was announced by President Yoweri Museveni in March this year. The revelation was made by officials from Uganda Airlines, who revealed that the national airliner will operate a charter flight from Entebbe International Airport to Johannesburg on June 25th, 2020, to evacuate Ugandans in South Africa who want to return home. Uganda Airlines tweeted on Sunday evening that; “Welcome Home! Uganda Airlines will operate a repatriation charter flight for Ugandans in South Africa; Joburg to Entebbe on 25th June 2020.” Uganda Airlines tweet about the Charter Flight to South Africa Several Ugandans