NRM 25 Years
Former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson once famously said that a week is a long time in politics. Going by that measure, twenty-five uninterrupted years for the NRM and President Yoweri Museveni, at the helm of national politics would indeed sound like a very long time.
But that is if you do not consider the magnitude of the political, social, economic and physical work that has been compressed into these years, to put Uganda on its path to recovery.
Over the last two and half decades, many things have changed in Uganda, mostly for better, although this view is contested by some. This book, in interviews and in-depth articles, highlights those changes in the different sectors and the views of the personalities that have shaped them.
It certainly is not exhaustive as 25 years can hardly be fitted into 200 odd pages. Yet it is perhaps one of the best references for this generation to look back, and for future generations to judge the performance of the National Resistance Movement, and its leadership's performance over the last 25 years.