Blacks Established the World’s Earliest Universities

[Observer] The purpose of writing this article is to show that what we refer to as universities or institutions of higher learning today were, in fact, known to the ancient black civilization of Egypt in North Africa.

[Observer] The purpose of writing this article is to show that what we refer to as universities or institutions of higher learning today were, in fact, known to the ancient black civilization of Egypt in North Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Retiring Electoral Commission Boss Speaks Out On Polls

[Observer] After 14 years at the helm of the Electoral Commission, ENG. BADRU KIGGUNDU is retiring as chairman in November. In an interview with Baker Batte Lule, the outgoing chairman speaks about his long reign, its challenges and positives.

[Observer] After 14 years at the helm of the Electoral Commission, ENG. BADRU KIGGUNDU is retiring as chairman in November. In an interview with Baker Batte Lule, the outgoing chairman speaks about his long reign, its challenges and positives.

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Ex-Ministers, MPs Hunt for Govt Jobs

[Observer] Fearing poverty and political oblivion, politicians who lost seats in the February 2016 general elections are lobbying hard for government jobs, The Observer has learnt.

[Observer] Fearing poverty and political oblivion, politicians who lost seats in the February 2016 general elections are lobbying hard for government jobs, The Observer has learnt.

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Don’t Let Electoral Reforms Wait Until It’s Too Late

[Observer] Elections are a process, not an event. Every election comprises numerous elements and involves multiple institutions and actors throughout the pre-election, election day and post-election periods. These affect the transparency, inclusiveness…

[Observer] Elections are a process, not an event. Every election comprises numerous elements and involves multiple institutions and actors throughout the pre-election, election day and post-election periods. These affect the transparency, inclusiveness, accountability and competitiveness of the election.

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I Salute Brave Aisha Buhari!

[Observer] I strongly disagree with Kigo Thinker Norah Owaraga who expressed disappointment with Nigeria’s first lady Aisha Buhari’s utterances on her husband’s performance, especially regarding government appointments.

[Observer] I strongly disagree with Kigo Thinker Norah Owaraga who expressed disappointment with Nigeria's first lady Aisha Buhari's utterances on her husband's performance, especially regarding government appointments.

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Museveni Moles Sow Fear in Besigye’s Party

[Observer] Trust among FDC officials has been eroded by reports of moles within the party’s ranks, who are accused of spying for President Museveni and his NRM government. These reports have caused panic and crippled strategic planning, The Observer ha…

[Observer] Trust among FDC officials has been eroded by reports of moles within the party's ranks, who are accused of spying for President Museveni and his NRM government. These reports have caused panic and crippled strategic planning, The Observer has learnt.

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MP Lubwama in Court Over Academic Papers

[Observer] Paulo Kato Lubwama, the Lubaga South MP, could lose his seat after a political activist took him to court claiming he lacks the minimum academic qualifications to be a legislator.

[Observer] Paulo Kato Lubwama, the Lubaga South MP, could lose his seat after a political activist took him to court claiming he lacks the minimum academic qualifications to be a legislator.

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