When we were done with building the dormitory at Luweero, there was a general sigh of happiness, a relief unfelt of before, that we had – atleast – secured the housing of over 500 orphaned children, you would think that a break was worth it, and then came this Thursday meeting. At that meeting, we … Continue reading Why I’m Going For Hoops4Grace
A lot of things are fascinating about Uganda, how we steal stockpiles of money, how our ministers steal underpants and others steal blankets meant for displaced people, we are a funny race that need not prove it. Flip on to the positive side of Uganda; FDC has elections – tick, FDC had a presidential debate … Continue reading LETS CREDIT FDC ON IT’S MERITS!
Things They Haven’t Told You About Studying Law..
I read in the international media that Rwandan president Paul Kagame could soon join the never -ending list of African leaders on ICC prosecution list, not shocking I say to myself and flip the pages, but with a second look at the story, is the amazing award-winning case of aiding war crimes in the Congo, … Continue reading IS AFRICA YET BEYOND COLONIALISM?
Each one of us, provided you can read this, has had a minimum level of education regardless of the level it climaxed. The aspect of going through school to students is one hell of a life but either-way, it's the most practical way to achieving success in society at least as 'they all say'. However … Continue reading UGANDAN EDUCATION: CAN WE DO BETTER?
GOVERNMENT GIVEN 1 DAY ULTIMATUM TO EXPLAIN UNEMPLOYMENT. Youths under a newly formed group ‘Uganda unemployed forum’ have given government one-day ultimatum to explain the spiraling unemployment rate in the country and thereafter provide solutions for the situation. The group led by Aisu David a graduate of Makerere University with a bachelor of business administration … Continue reading YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT GLOBALLY WHAT’S YOUR TAKE?
Good afternoon fellow citizenry, Tonight is a night of anticipation and high level expectation for all of you. It is a night the country looks back at what achievements we have managed to make in the few years we've walked outside the shadows of colonialism and trace the roots of our problems and how best … Continue reading MY;STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS.
Politics like all other past scenarios, has taken center stage in one of the few breathers that could have finally uplifted the East African region from one of starving kids and war hungry generals to a much more formidable and respected region in the world. I refuse to let this go unwritten about because, in … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING EALA: WHO OF US IS WRONG?
Well, today my battles with my alarm clock and it's jealous attitude for my relationship with my bed were not only few but short-lived as well. The usual daily routine of bump onto a taxi, hit potholes, complain over fares, marvel at the sleeping street beggars, pay a coin to street begging kids then reach … Continue reading The African Image: who is responsible?
Today, if you watch international news, you must have noticed a close to being African historical re-engineer his efforts towards achieving a life-long degree in the college of understanding (charles Taylor, for the slow ones) . What puzzles me most about this is not the fact that he was found guilty but if ICC were … Continue reading why Museveni is more worried than Charles Taylor