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{UAH} Man who sued woman for refusing to marry him.

Man who sued woman for refusing to marry him spea…: https://youtu.be/wCFRW-qhRDk

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{UAH} NRM oyeeeeee

This is where you have reached.
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{UAH} How Entebbe Airport Certification Status Is Stopping Uganda Airlines Flying To The UK

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{UAH} Africa : History


Yes. This debate was long settled but Eurocentricism deprives a good proportion of the world's population (including Africans and African descendants) of this basic education and knowledge.

Mitochondrial DNA has proven that all human beings including Europeans trace their ancestry 200,000 years ago to African Eve in East/Central Africa.

Professor Diop was also to resolve the debate about K-met, a.k.a. "Egypt" by showing through radiocarbon testing of melanin levels in tissue samples from mummies from K-met to show that they were Black Africans.

A Google search reveals a bust of Narmer, an African and Pharaoh who circa 3,200 BC united Upper and Lower K-met, a.k.a. "Egypt." As you point out high African cultures existed pre-dynastic Egypt and about 150,000 years ago all human beings were Black Africans. Those who lated migrated to other parts of the world (there were land bridges connecting the continents) through climactic and environmental adaptations over tens of thousands of years (those areas they migrated to were extremely cold in those days) took on different features and pigmentation.

So in essence we are all Africans. "Race" is a superficial social construction that became more pronounced when man became more and more exploitative of man-- to justify enslavement, colonialism, and contemporary imperialism. (Africa too was once an imperial power--not a "racist" one since "race" is a relatively modern construct).

Our ancestor Diop was one of the greatest scientist who lived and never got his just dues.

Please watch this classic 1985 interview with Cheikh Anta Diop by Listervelt Middleton 









On Tuesday, January 31, 2023, Allan <barigye.rugos@gmail.com> wrote:
Many people have a misconception that Africa has no history, however, studies into history and archeological records has proven that Africa has more rich and great history than what the old historians tried to make us believe. 

1. The human race is of African origin. The oldest known skeletal remains of anatomically modern humans (or homo sapiens) were excavated at sites in East Africa. Human remains were discovered at Omo in Ethiopia that were dated at 195,000 years old, the oldest known in the world.

2. Skeletons of pre-humans have been found in Africa that date back between 4 and 5 million years. The oldest known ancestral type of humanity is thought to have been the australopithecus ramidus, who lived at least 4.4 million years ago.

3. Africans were the first to organise fishing expeditions 90,000 years ago. At Katanda, a region in northeastern ZaΓ―re (now Congo), was recovered a finely wrought series of harpoon points, all elaborately polished and barbed. Also uncovered was a tool, equally well crafted, believed to be a dagger. The discoveries suggested the existence of an early aquatic or fishing based culture.

4. Africans were the first to engage in mining 43,000 years ago. In 1964 a hematite mine was found in Swaziland at Bomvu Ridge in the Ngwenya mountain range. Ultimately 300,000 artefacts were recovered including thousands of stone-made mining tools. Adrian Boshier, one of the archaeologists on the site, dated the mine to a staggering 43,200 years old.

5. Africans pioneered basic arithmetic 25,000 years ago. The Ishango bone is a tool handle with notches carved into it found in the Ishango region of ZaΓ―re (now called Congo) near Lake Edward. The bone tool was originally thought to have been over 8,000 years old, but a more sensitive recent dating has given dates of 25,000 years old. On the tool are 3 rows of notches. Row 1 shows three notches carved next to six, four carved next to eight, ten carved next to two fives and finally a seven. The 3 and 6, 4 a

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{UAH} Africa : History

Many people have a misconception that Africa has no history, however, studies into history and archeological records has proven that Africa has more rich and great history than what the old historians tried to make us believe. 

1. The human race is of African origin. The oldest known skeletal remains of anatomically modern humans (or homo sapiens) were excavated at sites in East Africa. Human remains were discovered at Omo in Ethiopia that were dated at 195,000 years old, the oldest known in the world.

2. Skeletons of pre-humans have been found in Africa that date back between 4 and 5 million years. The oldest known ancestral type of humanity is thought to have been the australopithecus ramidus, who lived at least 4.4 million years ago.

3. Africans were the first to organise fishing expeditions 90,000 years ago. At Katanda, a region in northeastern ZaΓ―re (now Congo), was recovered a finely wrought series of harpoon points, all elaborately polished and barbed. Also uncovered was a tool, equally well crafted, believed to be a dagger. The discoveries suggested the existence of an early aquatic or fishing based culture.

4. Africans were the first to engage in mining 43,000 years ago. In 1964 a hematite mine was found in Swaziland at Bomvu Ridge in the Ngwenya mountain range. Ultimately 300,000 artefacts were recovered including thousands of stone-made mining tools. Adrian Boshier, one of the archaeologists on the site, dated the mine to a staggering 43,200 years old.

5. Africans pioneered basic arithmetic 25,000 years ago. The Ishango bone is a tool handle with notches carved into it found in the Ishango region of ZaΓ―re (now called Congo) near Lake Edward. The bone tool was originally thought to have been over 8,000 years old, but a more sensitive recent dating has given dates of 25,000 years old. On the tool are 3 rows of notches. Row 1 shows three notches carved next to six, four carved next to eight, ten carved next to two fives and finally a seven. The 3 and 6, 4 a

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{UAH} Kampala, Kigali and Addis Ababa are changing fast: new book follows their distinct paths

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{UAH} WHAT HAPPENED TO THE " TAJJA GASIMA " NONSENSE?

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE " TAJJA GASIMA " NONSENSE?

By Abbey Kibirige Semuwemba 

I have been watching a video showing Kyagulanyi  aka Bobi Wine, promising Ugandans that Museveni wouldn't drill Uganda oil, " Museveni nebwanazina esawa makumi abiri, tajja gasima....". I think he uttered these statements in September last year, at a time when the European parliament had denied the Uganda government funds to develop the oil and gas sector. 

The EU parliament cited environmental concerns and human rights abuses as economic racism. 

There are so many videos showing him making ridiculous statements, but for some unknown reasons, he seems to be getting away with it. He lies about other opposition leaders,  he lies about the current government, and he also lies about himself by calling himself " the president of Uganda."

Knowingly misleading Ugandans has now effectively been accepted in our opposition politics. Bobi has normalised more professional misconduct and danced and sang his way into people's hearts.

The MPs who support him are similarly excusing and normalising his misconduct. The people who support him are similarly excusing and normalising his misconduct.

His misconduct may encourage future opposition leaders  to do the same.

Regrettably, he has left a skid mark on the fabric of Uganda politics. The country needs another opposition leader to remove Bobi's stains, but it will be difficult to remove him since the state,too, is seemingly protecting him. You can't take Bobi to court and win even if you " dance for 20 hours "( to borrow his words).

Judging from the way he was used to destroy Besigye, this is certainly going to be a long process. Credibility, trust, and reputation need a long time to rebuild. Sadly, they can be undermined very quickly.

Bobi's MO is basically to make unfounded statements, excite people,  divide people, and then move on. For the record,  Uganda has reportedly started drilling its oil.

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{UAH} VP Bukenya superb retirement.

Busting nuts seems to be his only occupation.

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{UAH} "Gas Discovery in Congo is the Reason Rwanda sent M23 Rebels to Congo - President"

https://youtu.be/u2VgndRWvHw

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{UAH} 1990s in kampala




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{UAH} IDI AMIN TORTURE CHAMBER TOUR!

I went to the famous "Amin Torture Chamber" to hear for myself how the tour guides were lying to tourists in order to fleece them of their money. I paid for my ticket, and was assigned a tour guide who would take me across the entire premises, explaining to me the history associated with each particular location in the compound. Of course I already knew the history but I never interjected and let the guide speak without knowing who I was. Especially given that I am the son of the very person he was accusing of torture and murder. As for the true history of the site, what I remember in the 70's is that this was an armoury, and it is where the Amin government began. On the evening of 23rd January, officers broke down the gate using an Armoured Personnel Carrier, picked weapons and ammunition, then went out and took over the country. But somehow it is now being branded as "Amin's Torture Chamber"!
Watch the video of my tour here: https://youtu.be/W_rM3beQUNo 

Signed: Mr. Hussein Lumumba Amin
Kampala, Uganda.

- The true history about this location with picture of the person who knocked armoury door to start 1971 coup: https://www.facebook.com/100044192271275/posts/pfbid0ECevgyxKhvDW6BQkpnMbec3HyRpseT6w2odzFSKKiJYaQPuZLDac5CTfYiDGHgyWl/?app=fbl

- Daily Monitor article "I Broke Armoury Door to Begin 1971 Coup": monitor.co.ug/uganda/news/insight/i-knocked-the-armoury-door-to-begin-1971-coup-1642456

- What President Idi Amin himself told me about the same events (I put that untold history in writing in 2013): ugandansatheart.wordpress.com/2013/05/05/wasnt-amin-forced-to-rule-at-gun-point/amp/

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{UAH} Africa is HOME

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{UAH} boys have performed better than their female counterparts

Once again, boys who sat 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) have performed better than their female counterparts, according to the results released yesterday by the Uganda National Examination Board (Uneb) at Nakasero State Lodge.

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{UAH} Pope says those criminalising homosexuality are 'wrong'

People who criminalise homosexuality are "wrong", Pope Francis said in a letter published on Saturday, seeking to clarify earlier comments about homosexual acts being a "sin".
In an interview published on Wednesday, the pope had said being homosexual was "not a crime ... but it's a sin".
In the letter published on Saturday, which was written to a Jesuit priest, Francis said he had wanted in the interview "to clarify that it (homosexuality) is not a crime, in order to stress that criminalisation is neither good nor just".

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{UAH} NUP, FDC not ready for talks with Museveni

Uganda's biggest Opposition parties, the National Unity Platform (NUP) and the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), have put a caveat for any dialogue with the Museveni administration.
The parties say they are outrightly opposed to the dialogue talks being held on terms set by Uganda's President since 1986. 
However, the stand has elicited an angry response from Mr Emmanuel Dombo, the director for communication at the secretariat of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party.

Mr Dombo accused the two parties of politicking and operating in a way that is aimed at embarrassing Mr Museveni and the NRM. He argued that the duo should borrow a leaf from Ukraine and Russia, which continue to hold talks behind the scenes as artillery pieces continue to fly.
"If people who are exchanging bullets are talking, what is difficult for [Mr Patrick] Amuriat or [Mr Robert] Kyagulanyi to look up President Museveni and raise any issues instead of inflaming society in order to turn the issue of a dialogue into a political war?" Mr Dombo wondered.

NUP position
Mr David Lewis Rubongoya, NUP's secretary general, told Monitor that—whereas they are suspicious of the NRM—they just might be able to engage it in a dialogue if government ceases harassment of its supporters. He also said the dialogue "should be among equals", adding that "you don't put your boot on my neck and then you say: 'let us talk.'"

NUP has over the last couple of years accused the government of killing and abducting its supporters. At least 54 people, most of them believed to have been NUP supporters, were killed and others sustained serious injuries as security forces worked to end two days of protests that followed Mr Kyagulanyi's November 18, 2020, arrest in Luuka District.
In March 2021, NUP released a list of 458 missing people believed to be its supporters. The 2020 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, which was published by the United States' State Department's website, accused security forces of involvement in abductions of Opposition supporters and politically motivated killings.

FDC position
In early 2017, efforts by the government of Sweden to take President Museveni and former FDC president Col Dr Kizza Besigye to the negotiating table failed. In February 2018, the Great Lakes Institute for Strategic Studies (GLISS), the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) and the Elders Forum (TEFU) attempted to organise a national dialogue. The parties involved hoped this would be a way through which the citizenry would chart out ways of solving the most contentious, political, social and economic issues of the time, but that initiative also failed.

Whereas the reasons for the failure of the planned talks remain scanty, Mr Dombo, speaking in a previous interview, laid the blame on Dr Besigye, who he accused of setting impossible conditions. Mr Oboi, the FDC president, was, however, quick to blame the poor outcome on the NRMs' failure to meet "a few very simple conditions."
"For us to dialogue, we needed a clear agenda for the dialogue, a neutral convener. We wanted to know who the participants in the dialogue would be and we needed a guarantor to guarantee the outcome of any dialogue. Those are very simple conditions and fairly standard when it comes to meaningful dialogue, but the NRM did not agree," Mr Amuriat revealed.

Mr Rubongoya told this publication that NUP "can only have a dialogue if …they … stop abducting our people, release all those who were arrested for supporting us, and release our MPs who have been in prison for over a year now." It was partly because of the NRM's failure to fulfill the aforesaid conditions that the leading Opposition party declined to join the Inter Political Organisations Dialogue (Ipod).
"We do not want a dialogue that is a way of sanitising a criminal regime," Mr Rubongoya said.

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{UAH} Top 20 Best Countries in Africa

Top 20 Best Countries in Africa
1. Mauritius
2. Seychelles
3. Algeria
4. Tunisia
5. Botswana
6. Libya
7. South Africa
8. Egypt
9. Gabon
10. Morocco
11. Namibia
12. Eswatini
13. Ghana
14. Kenya
15. Equatorial Guinea
16. Zambia
17. Angola
18. Zimbabwe
19. Cameroon
20. Comoros
The report takes into consideration Quality of life, Happiness, Development, Stability and Health for the year 2021
Source: worldpopulationreview 

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{UAH} Journalists and correct English usage

Journalists and correct English usage

I'm curious about your thoughts regarding writers and correct English usage.

Sometimes when I'm reading articles online, I find typos and incorrect grammar usage. Have you ever found these?

Why do you think these mistakes occur?

Do you think those who write for a living and manage sites should proofread and check for grammatical mistakes?


{UAH} Random questions from the internet

Random questions from the internet

1. If you had all the power in the world OR all the money in the world, which one would you chose? (share why in the comments) </br>(credit to Magic Music MGT)

1. If you had all the power in the world OR all the money in the world, which one would you chose? (share why in the comments)
(credit to Magic Music MGT)

If you get a bag of money right now, how much would it have to be in it for you to retire / live with no worries?
(credit to Magic Music MGT)
in case you didn't know, there are actually calculators out there to help estimate how much you need to save based on income, savings and so on.

In the following list, which are the most important values for you personally? Please select top 4. </br> (credit: Eurobarometer)

In the following list, which are the most important values for you personally? Please select top 4.
(credit: Eurobarometer)

answers required: 4; type: 0

Which of these animals, if any, do you think you could beat in a fight if you were unarmed?
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