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Dr. Besigye won, I congratulate him.

Allow to begin on this note where i reference the bible: Joshua 1:9 : “Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified or discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go” Psalms 32:10: “Many are the woes of the wicked but the LORD’s unfailing love surrounds the man who trusts in him” Romans 8:18 : “I consider that our Present suffering is not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed to us”  Gradually, it will add up and here is why; THE QUEST FOR FREEDOM : Y ou have heard about the historic 2016 election in Uganda, though the most heart-wrenching in the history of the Ugandan electorate. It is with sadness that I write this dissertation with some of the key things I have captured through the campaign trails. I have to say before I go into the nitty gritty that Dr.Besigye, though cheated was my choice candidate, and for millions of Ugandans. He has been arrested unnecessarily for fifty two times( I am worried  they may even pick him up


When the presidential Aspirants held hands across the aisle, just before the second presidential debate. Photo Source: unknown I think all good reporting is the same thing-the best attainable version of the truth~Carl Bernstein 2 nd Thessalonians 2:8-10: “they perish because they refuse to love the truth and be saved” Basically, a very objective analysis of the debates against the status Quo has been made: I am very humbled to be making this analysis of the first historic debate in the republic of Uganda; an important learning curve .I clearly articulate the facts in a way that will get Uganda better, and not bitter, and also keep the African Hopes alive. If you listened intently to the articulation of matter over substance, you will love this analysis and it will seal the deal for the best choice candidate. I personally have mine and I will not cower to say his name, the People’s President: DR.KIIZA BESIGYE WARREN KIFEFE (RTD COL). PRESIDENT MUSEVENI . Y. K: He is le

Dear President Obama, thank you for being.

Dear President Obama,  I greet you in the name above all names. I waited to write to you my second letter after your final SOTU (state of the union) address not as my last letter to you but as a letter of appreciation for the almost concluded two terms of office .Allow me to first express how so humbled to write to a man whose name has been engraved upon the marble of history. I have fortunately had a few days to prepare otherwise I would make very terrible sentences herein. Again, I am lucky to address a man whose kindred spirit is ingrained in equality and the pursuit of happiness. The last time I wrote to you, I critiqued you. Today, I have very deep gratitude for how fundamentally influential you are and will forever be to my Life and I pray to the life of my descendants. I remember well, in the 2007 democratic primaries that shaped the arc of history of the American Dream, I didn’t support you then.Actually,apart from the inescapable thing we have in common,blackness,I