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Apolo Milton a Obote and His Times

by G. A. Pinycwa

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Nok Pub Intl .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • (Apollo Milton),,
  • 1924-2005,
  • 1962-1971,
  • Obote, A. Milton,
  • Politics and government,
  • Uganda

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8180827M
    ISBN 100883570351
    ISBN 109780883570357

    (–). The first president of the Republic of Uganda, Milton Obote led his country to independence in His two terms in office, however, were consumed by struggles between Uganda’s northern and southern ethnic groups. Apollo Milton Obote was born in Akoroko village in Lango, Uganda, on Dec. 28,   Uganda and Parliamentary Government - Volume 21 Issue 2 - G. N. Uzoigwe. On 24 February , Apolo Milton Obote, the Prime Minister of Uganda, marched into a meeting of his Cabinet with an armed escort, arrested five of his Ministers, and suspended the independence constitution he had solemnly sworn to protect.

    Apolo Milton Obote (born ) was a Ugandan political leader who guided his country to independence in He worked to create a centralized government to replace the divided state left by . At 26 years, his stay in power is longer than all his eight predecessors’ combined. They are, in descending order, Tito Okello Lutwa, Paulo Muwanga, Godfrey Lukongwa Binaisa, Yusuf Kironde Lule, Idi Amin Dada, Apollo Milton Obote, Edward Mutesa II and Benedicto Kiwanuka. None of these men left power peacefully.

    Milton Obote: Milton Obote, who has died a had that rarest of opportunities among deposed African leaders - a second chance - and he blew it. One of the architects of Ugandan independence.   Cunning politician. Apollo Milton Obote’s political calculations allowed him to rise out of oblivion to take centre stage but it was a political empire built on sand and held together by the.


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Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Apolo Milton Obote and His Times. Gingyera-Pinycwa. NOK Publishers, - Uganda. Apolo Milton Obote and his times. New York: NOK Publishers, © (OCoLC) Named Person: A Milton Obote; A Milton Obote; Milton Obote; A Milton Obote; Milton Obote: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A G G Gingyera-Pinycwa.

Apollo Milton Obote (28 December – 10 October ) was a Ugandan political leader who led Uganda Apolo Milton a Obote and His Times book independence in from British colonial administration. Following the nation's independence, he served as Prime Minister of Uganda from to and President of Uganda from tothen again from to He was overthrown by Idi Amin inbut regained Born: 28 DecemberApac District, Uganda.

Apolo Milton Obote and his times. New York: NOK Publishers. MLA Citation. Gingyera-Pinycwa, A. Apolo Milton Obote and his times / by A. Gingyera-Pinycwa NOK Publishers New York Australian/Harvard Citation.

Gingyera-Pinycwa, A.Apolo Milton Obote and his times / by A. Gingyera-Pinycwa NOK Publishers New York. Apollo Milton Obote, seen by many as a political genius, was president of Uganda twice.

After he was toppled inhe returned to power in through a controversial ballot. By all standards, Obote is a controversial and enigmatic figure, worthy of serious examination. This book comprises a collection of newspaper articles. Omongole R. Anguria confronts a similar predicament in this book on Ex-Ugandan President Apollo Milton Obote, finding that even in death, Obote evokes mixed emotions among his countrymen.

In this book, Anguria pulls together commentaries from all sides in an attempt to build a more complete picture of Obote. Ona Zambian Military Chopper carrying deposed Ugandan leader Apollo Milton Obote landed to a heroic welcome at Nyakisharara airfield in Mbarara district. This was the first time Obote was returning to his homeland after he had been overthrown by his military commander Gen.

Idi Amin Dada way back in While. President Apollo Milton Obote He is the only President to have sat in State House on two different tenures; first in the 60’s just after Independence and then from after Idi Amin. It was also to Milton Obote that the very symbolically important National Flag was handed at Independence Day on October 9th, By all standards, Obote is a controversial and enigmatic figure, worthy of serious examination.

This book comprises a collection of newspaper articles and commentaries by politicians, journalists and his family, relating to the man Ugandans love to hate. It includes contributions from Obote’s long time nemesis, President Museveni. Milton Obote, politician who was prime minister (–70) and twice president (–71, –85) of Uganda.

He led his country to independence inbut his two terms in office (both of which were ended by military coups) were consumed by struggles between Uganda’s northern and southern ethnic. Apolo Milton Obote (28 December – 10 October [1]) was a Ugandan socialist political leader who led Uganda towards independence from the British colonial administration in Following the nation's independence, he served as Prime Minister of Uganda from to and President of Uganda from tothen again from to He was overthrown by Idi Amin in The rise of Obote was to turn the whole tribal structure of Uganda’s politics upside down, George Bennett later wrote in his book, Tribalism in Politics.

Obote had learnt his politics in Nairobi during the time of the Mau Mau rebellion and had applied his lessons quickly, building up a grassroots political base upon which he was now. Princeton University Library One Washington Road Princeton, NJ USA () On Thursday, Uganda People’s Congress held its inaugural memorial lecture in honour of former Ugandan president Apollo Milton Obote.

The lecture was delivered by Kenyan politician Prof Peter Anyang Nyongo who is the current Governor for Kisumu county. Nyongo in his address called for a change in leadership system from the presidential system of governance.

By Muwonge Magembe This year’s presidential nominations coincide with the 10th year memorial of the death of Uganda’s independence executive prime minister, Dr. Apollo Milton Obote, at.

Milton Obote, Uganda's former strongman, who was first toppled by Idi Amin and overthrown again after a second period in power, died Monday in a South African hospital, said his. The first post-Independence Prime Minister of Uganda, Apollo Milton Obote, with his wife Miria and dignitaries attending an event.

View of a field with trees. Caterpillar truck moving soil. By all standards, Obote is a controversial and enigmatic figure, worthy of serious examination. This book comprises a collection of newspaper articles and commentaries by politicians, journalists and his family, relating to the man Ugandans love to hate.

It includes contributions from Obote's long time nemesis, President Museveni. Apollo Milton Obote became the first prime minister of Uganda when the country gained independence in He later served as Uganda’s president from to and to Obote was born in the village of Akokoro in northern Uganda, and received his education in his home district of Lango, at Gulu High School in Busoga, and at.

By all standards, Obote is a controversial and enigmatic figure, worthy of serious examination. This book comprises a collection of newspaper articles and commentaries by politicians, journalists and his family, relating to the man Ugandans love to hate.

It includes contributions from Obote's long time nemesis, President : Paperback.The person of Dr. Milton Obote: a classic personality study by Godfrey E.

N Nsubuga (Book) Thoughts of an African leader; quotable quotes from the speeches of His Excellency the President of Uganda, D.A. Milton Obote by A.

Milton Obote (Book).milton obote’s achievements It’s impossible to talk about Uganda’s achievements without elaborating on the contribution of Dr. Apollo Milton obote the nation’s founding father. He might be a polarizing figure in Uganda’s politics but his contribution will forever be in the annals of Ugandan history.