Education Party politics

“Trust No One” by Gregg Hurwitz

I enjoyed reading it every morning with my coffee until I was done! (Norah Owaraga)

This is the second book this year that got me thinking of how far activists in Uganda are truly willing to go – be they of the party politics kind or or of the social justice kind. See if this quote from the book does not give you a reality check:

But he’s still a mediocre human and a worse president. Who would you rather have? A leader who is unthinkingly loyal to opinions you disagree with? Or one who is insincere about opinions you share? A fool or a hypocrite? Too often, it seems, these are our only options. I don’t know the answer.

From the capital of the United States of America, Washington,  to that of my motherland, Uganda, Kampala, this quote reads relevant.

The power of reading for leisure and pleasure is immense.

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