Many Ugandans have glorified the apparent institutional failure so much you could think there’s nothing going on in our country. We have had and continue to have stability and relative peace for a time such as this - Yes, thanks to the NRM. Whenever I speak to people about the possibilities of turning
The things that happen in Uganda often get me wondering. Then I wonder why I am wondering.... So Many Ugandans took to social media to try and shoot down Donald Trump's statement about countries on the beautiful continent we call home. He called us "SHIT HOLES" without paraphrasing. I think some of
Today, the news of Mozey Radio’s death made international headlines. Here is a young man who seemed to have everything going for him but finds himself taking an early grave partly because of the choices he made. I am sure that if he had cultivated better relationships and paid attention to personal
This Afternoon, I attended a confirmation service at one Church of Uganda location in Kampala. It was a fully packed service. The children that were being “Confirmed” had drawn mammoth crowds comprising of parents, guardians, God-parents and well wishers to the church. The church packed to the rafters.
To my friends from outside Uganda who visit my site regularly and might be asking "WHO THE "HEAVEN" IS AMOS WEKESA!" So, Amos Wekesa has been “Branded” the Self-Appointed Tourism Prince of Uganda. He reminds me of the movie coming to America. Let me set the picture for those that
I had a conversation with my father about a week ago and we even reflected upon the words of wisdom that the Late Archbishop Nkoyoyo shared with us. Little did we know that he would be passing a little while later. Archbishop Nkoyoyo preferred to preach in Luganda and his sermons were extremely
A few years back I posted something about how small thinking comes at a high price. The post got quite a number of likes, shares and comments from people who seemed to agree that in Uganda we generally ACT then THINK.
This is based on a true story! While at one of Uganda’s leading hotels on vacation, I took my girls to the pool and decided to read a book while I kept an eye on them playing in the kids’ pool . Their mother decided to keep both eyes on them. A few minutes later, a group or rather a “Litter”
I was humbled when Dr. Dennis D. Sempebwa, (President/CEO – Sahara Wisdom Centre / President – Eagle’s Wings International) read through my manuscript and accepted to write a foreword for my book. I cannot wait for the copies to get out there and I look forward to
Having gone to a village church school, I am aware of the relevance the church should have in the community and ultimately in the nation. I attended Nyakitabire Church school which was an initiative by the “omushomesa” Lay-leader of the church because he was forward thinking. Because the Sunday