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Launch invitation

Dr. Olive Kobusingye, the author of The Correct Line? Uganda under Museveni with pleasure invites all well wishers to the launch of LINO LY’EKKUBO ETTUUFU? UGANDA NE MUSEVENI. Luganda version of The Correct Line? Uganda Under Museveni.   Date: Thursday 6th October, 2011. Venue: Pope Paul Memorial, Rubaga. Time: 3:00 – 6:00pm. Entry: Free. Speakers. … Continue reading

Ugandans at Heart

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THE DAILY NATION, BOOK REVIEW

7 January 2011 Uganda: How Museveni Departed From the Correct Line Over the Years Tom Odhiambo Nairobi When Yoweri Kaguta Museveni shot his way to power in Kampala in 1986, many saw him as a saviour. Of course Ugandans may have been used to the idea of mkombozi, after the Tanzanians aided Obote to come … Continue reading

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Book signing event. in Nairobi, Kenya BOOKSTOP Yaya Centre

‘The Correct Line’ reveals Nazism in Uganda

It has taken me just six hours to finish reading Olive Kobusingye’s ‘The Correct Line’. I wonder what the fuss over the book was all about. There is nothing in the book that is not already known to the public. It may only be helpful to people who are still bathed in Musevenism and anti-Besigyesm. … Continue reading

Kampala Dispatch

Our basic rights to free speech and a free press are increasingly coming under attack. Where will it end? In early October, a new book on Uganda under the rule of President Yoweri Museveni caused a stir in the country. The book, entitled The Correct Line? Uganda under Museveni, was written by Olive Kobusingye, a … Continue reading

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THE CORRECT LINE? IN MAKERERE UNIVERSITY

written comments that were submitted at the end of the forum Anonymous; Thanks Dr. Kobusingye for the great work. But my concern is , we should look at the government as a whole, not just Museveni, as most of the government officials are like him. John Paul, IPC chairman Mitchell hall; we were brought up … Continue reading

“The Correct line?” Discussed in the British Parliament

Uganda: Human Rights Mr Mike Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent reports he has received on (a) freedom of speech in Uganda and (b) confiscation by the Ugandan authorities of copies of “The Correct Line?”, Uganda under Museveni, by Dr Olive Kobusingye; and if he will make … Continue reading

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