POLITICS: How to lay a firm foundation; growing in it

“Human life and politics are inseparable,’’ said Dr. Simba a political science lecturer. An objection to the above quote would be regarded unrealistic given the fact that it (politics) has been part of man for centuries. The way the politics of a nation, family or any social grouping is handled determines our way of life. It is for the above reason that this article is to guide you on how to lay a firm foundation in the political world to the advantage of those being led.


How FDC failed to front candidate in Mak guild race

Six days to the March 19th guild presidential election at Makerere University, it now clear that the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has failed to front a candidate.

FDC, the party which brought the outgoing guild president Ann Adeke will not be represented on the ballot paper in the next Wednesday poll.

On February 26th, the party president, Mr. Mugisha Muntu was the chief witness in an event that saw Andrew Mujinya declared the party’s flag bearer.

Complex keen to produce first female guild president

Complex Hall will struggle to have their first guild president in the March 19 poll.

Through Sarah Aseru of the Uganda Young Democrats (UYD) and Lillian Aber (independent), the hall will seek to have a guild president to their name.

Whereas Aseru comfortably sailed through the UYD primaries, Aber lost to Andrew Mujinya in the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) primaries.