Are Ugandans in support of the controversial Constitutional Amendment?

Originally posted on WakeUP Africa!:
The controvercy continues! In view of dictatorships, life presidency, and turning a seeming democracy into a monarch by many African leaders today, citizens in Uganda are wary of the future of their country as the leading political party recently proposed to amend the country’s longest living 1995 constitution which implies that the upper and lower presidential age limit. In 1995, James Wapakhabulo, the then Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairman, chaired the session that at the International Conference Centre, Kampala to consider and pass the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda which on 8th October was handed… Continue reading Are Ugandans in support of the controversial Constitutional Amendment?

We need African Unity

Originally posted on WakeUP Africa!:
Uniting Africa is a task that must be done and its the responsibilty of us all to do so! The founding fathers of most African countries, those that forth for the continents independents all had the vision of unity for the continent and as such there was an unimaginable level of unity, togetherness or oneness among Africans. This was the case within their different borders, the unity and togetherness was one of the factors that many philosophers thought would lead the great continent of the Black people to a whole new level of development. These… Continue reading We need African Unity