I'm Proud I Knelt before the President - Dr Oledo - UMA President on HardQuestions
Dr. Oledo explains why he led a team of medical workers and knelt before President Museveni and asked him to contest again.
Gun Violence in Uganda - Are We Safe? - Gen. Felix Kulayigye
we had the privilege of hosting a distinguished guest, Brigadier General Felix Kulayigye, who shared valuable insights into the root causes of this alarming situation. From his expertise, we explored the critical role of mental health in the recruitment and well-being of soldiers, shedding light on potential solutions and preventative measures
The Hard Questions with Kakwenza Rukirabashaija | AIIJ
Solomon Serwanjja speaks to Kakwenza Rukirabashaija, a famous novelist, play writer, filmmaker, activist, and lawyer in Uganda.
The future of Uganda Politically - Gen Mugisha Muntu | Founder ANT - Hard Questions
Deception, Lies, and Manipulation are the core of our political culture now as we speak. They started in 1962. They have grown and they are now so deep in the politics of the county. Many people seem not to recognize that actually, they are the core of all the weaknesses that we see all around us.
"I am going to court. The State House budget is extremely high." - Hon. Ssemujju Nganda
We explore the staggering budget allocated to the state house, surpassing vital sectors like healthcare, tourism, and education. Hon Ibrahim raises pertinent questions about the origins of wealth among influential figures and their extravagant property investments.
Inside Organ Donation, Harvesting, & Transplanting in Uganda - Dr Frank Asiimwe
Our special guest, Prof. Frank Asiimwe, an esteemed expert in the field, will shed light on the challenges, breakthroughs, and ethical considerations surrounding this life-saving practice. Discover the realities, complexities, and hopes of organ transplantation as we navigate through this vital topic
Uganda's Electoral Reforms: DP-NRM partnership - Norbert Mao
In this thought-provoking conversation, we explore the complexities of Uganda's political landscape, including the challenges faced by the opposition in achieving unity. Mao sheds light on the repeated pattern of focusing solely on removing the president from power, which has proven ineffective. He urges for a fresh approach and a broader agenda that encompasses essential reforms for a more inclusive democracy
Al-Shabaab Attack on UPDF Base - Context and Analysis - Amb. Simon Mulongo
The numbers said by the Alshabab need to be looked into because the Alshabab are "populist, propagandists" who like to gain the attention of their funders, he says
Individuals in Police Steal Water - Dr Silver Mugisha - ED National Water... | Hard Questions
Dr. Silver Mugisha on how water is lost in Uganda and also talks about his achievements as the Managing Director of the National Water and Sewerage Corporation for 30 years.
Inside the MK Movement - Andrew Mwenda
Unveiling the UPDF Code of Conduct - Section 99 "Political Office", which states that serving officers or militants seeking political office should resign or retire. How does this relate to the general's involvement?
Cartoons for Activism - Dr. Spire
Prof. Jimmy Spire Ssentongo, a multi-talented individual who wears many hats: Philosophy Teacher, Cartoonist, and Columnist. With his unique blend of creativity and artistry, he fearlessly uncovers corruption and sheds light on poor services in Uganda through his thought-provoking cartoons.