Local Imperialism Has Taken Over From Foreign Imperialism Over A Century After

Uganda Is Now Under Local Imperialism, Despite This, Due To Technological Advancement, Local Engineers Are Doing What It Takes To Get Out Of This Yoke Of Imperialism. Lubiri Secondary School Have Manufactured A Chopper.

  1. Uganda Today: Uganda: From Global Imperialism to Local Imperialism?
Makerere University Retiree Prof. Oweyegha Afunaduula

By Oweyegha-Afunaduula
24 Nocember 2023

The English: the super- colonialists! They colonised the nations of Wales, Scotland and part of Ireland and almost reduced them to tribes. They formed the meganation of what is called the United Kingdom or Britain. Then, in pursuit of building a global British empire and fueling it with energy and supplying it with cheap materials perpetually, they came to Africa. Following the Berlin Conference on Africa, which shared the continent between the big political and military powers of the time, the British got what they called the Uganda Protectorate.

Africans wholesomely discarded their all in favour of the white man’s culture through adapting their names, dances, life style and religion. The video below how enchanted Africans dropped their traditional dances and taking on foreign dances. 

They built this from the traditional nations they found in place by first reducing them to tribes. The plot was to build a meganation that they would centralize power in to do anything they wanted. Ultimately their meganation became Uganda. There is nothing they did not do with their project Meganation Uganda. Today the “Meganation Uganda” they left behind is being used more or less the same way to instill a new “local imperialism” in Eastern Africa.

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Lubiri Secondary School through their local workmanship have ventured into the business of manufacturing a chopper.

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