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
Unless you have been living in another country, you should by now know something about #Togikwatako and its “accompaniments”. Anyway, this whole thing is not new and it is evident in the way things are done in Uganda. If you have driven through Naguru from Katalima Road connecting to Stretcher
Last weekend I met with a group of family and friends for our quarterly meetings where we make merry and sharpen one another. Saturday's discussion was on Retirement Planning. This is a topic not many Ugandans want to think about let alone talk about at the height of their prime. In his submission
Not so long ago, the heroics of Leicester City FC saw me post on Facebook a 5-part series on what lessons we should learn from it. I now bring you some vital lessons that you can learn from Arsenal’s loss. I hope this lesson helps you gain from the loss. In this world there are 3 kinds
I was once again privileged to facilitate the word this Sunday. Our series entitled Pregnant with Destiny cover the story of Joseph and his brothers in Genesis 37 &39. In summary, we've covered 3 "seasons" to-date. SEASON 1: The Dream How Joseph got two dreams that he shared with his brothers
The founder of African Village in Mukono, Maria L. Preanin made a profound statement that got me thinking for many days. “The curse of Africa is in Its blessing!”. As she shared a story of her time growing up in Austria in the 1950’s, she observed that there were only 4 months when they could