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Museveni wants to “kill” Busoga Kingdom by appointing Kyabazinga an ambassador

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Reliable News 2017: Gone digital

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By Betty Nambooze: 2016’s 3 Museveni’s sacrilegious sins

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Betty Nambooze: People talking about Byanyima presidency are enemies of the opposition

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Betty Nambooze: My thoughts on Museveni’s bloody blow to Omusinga and Rwenzururu people 

NATIONAL DIALOGUE : The arraigning in court of King Charles Wesley Mumbere of the Rwenzururu Kingdom on charges of murder seems to have added a...

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