Africa’s Ideological De Facto Leader


Economic factors draw people together than politics which divides them.

Economic factors draw people together than politics which divides them.

By Samuel Baligidde

When I hear of the simplicity of argument that President Yoweri Museveni does not have the credentials for enthronement as Africa’s most committed Pan-Africanist and de facto leader, I would be at no loss to decide that the artificers are totally negligent of their national duty.

As Edmund Burke once said ‘there is no qualification for government but virtue and wisdom, actual or presumptive’. The trouble with pursuing that line is that apart from the most dogmatic of his admirers, people now seem to be revising their perceptions. The retraction could be more of a mistake than the…

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