When the First Lady Janet Museveni, in her capacity as education minister called the media to advise parents about among others, not to transport their kids to school on Boda Boda’s, or if they should, not more than two on one bike, no one dared to respond to her unrealistic advice in this Uganda that’s marred with a lot of inequality. Only one outspoken woman, … Continue reading Stella Nyanzi only did what we have feared to do
As we drive out of Illinois to the neighbouring state of Indiana, it is evident that we are leaving a mostly residential to a farmland dominated state.
Indiana, I must say is calm and nice a place to be. It is serene too. While we drive through, my host thinks of what I would be interested in seeing here, and pap! She thinks of the One Billion Dollar Way of the Cross.
At the sound of this, I am so intrigued and want to see it, then behold while we close into the place Continue reading “My American Tales : The One Billion Dollar Way of the Cross”
So its mother’s day! Yes a mother is a very important Person. I have seen quite a number of posts on social media about how wonderful everyone’s mother is, I haven’t posted to that effect though. My mother passed on almost 11plus years ago, leaving a very huge gap in the family but with a Gallant Soldier (my Dad) who with all brevity stood to … Continue reading Mother’s Day is nothing without Mother Mary
I thought the first time I write a hearty piece about Ingrid Nantege of Uganda in fact to be specific, of NTV Uganda, would be at her death. Well, it has come earlier than expected- Am not praying she dies, but in the event that she does, Ingrid and I agreed to write each other’s obituary. So whoever goes first. I have the lines of … Continue reading Incredible Inginanti
Eight months ago, Faridah Nakalyango a resident of Masaka, Uganda gave birth to a bouncing baby Tasha Nakigudde. All was well until the baby opened her eyes. Faridah says when the child first opened the eyes, there was a milky coating, upon check up, the the doctors said the child could not see. All diagnosis reveal that the child has an eye condition called … Continue reading Help this blind 8months baby see
When I say I love traveling, my inner self feels convinced. To many traveling may mean boarding a plane to a place a thousand miles away or probably sitting on a bus to go on a long journey, but for me, it means refusing to sitting in one place for more than 30 minutes. This is not because of the kind of work I do, … Continue reading Two hours in Mogadishu
Bright and beautiful, Wrapped in a long cream dress, Strapped with gold finishings Complimenting her little curves Oh! the Little Ethiopian Angel Corn rows run through her head Like little meandering routes through a tropical forest Her little eyes focusing on her little fingers Her Little fingers banging her little African Drum Oh! the little Ethiopian Angel Every thing about her is little and … Continue reading The Little Ethiopian Angel