Who Will Stop Museveni's Age Limit Project in Uganda?
Word has been on the street for a whole year now, the ruler of three decades, President Yoweri Museveni, is fully committed to clinging on beyond the current constitutional age cap of 75, writes Moses Khisa for Daily Monitor.
President Yoweri Museveni.
Observer, 26 June 2017
On Wednesday last week, we held a dialogue at Uganda Martyrs University (UMU) on the theme 'Age Limit Debate: The Bumpy Road to 2021' - organised by the German organisation… Read more »
Monitor, 20 June 2017
Dear Tingasiga: Uganda's educated youth are restless. They want to inherit power and responsibility now. Many see anyone above 60 years of age (some say 50 years) to be too old and… Read more »
Observer, 19 June 2017
The opposition in parliament last week tasked voters to warn their MPs against supporting the proposal to retain President Museveni in power after he clocks 75 years of age. Read more »
National Resistance Movement, legislators are struggling to build broad support for their push for the lifting of the presidential age limit in the Constitution. Read more »
The country's constitution limits the age of the president to 75, and President Yoweri Museveni in will hit the age limit before 2021, the year Uganda will hold the next ... Read more »