Plagiarised? Name and Shame!

To you my friend, Ajt Ikirimat Grace, I say, boldly name and shame the one you have found to have: “Copied my work (90%) for his Masters Degree Thesis and has not referenced my work either. I have run the plagiarism software tests on a few pages and the results show ranges of between 88-100%… Continue reading Plagiarised? Name and Shame!

Peaceful Revolution of Hope

In order to inspire, I sought inspiration from the inaugural address of the President of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy (JFK), which he gave in 1961, may his soul continue to rest in peace. Borrowing from JFK, I titled my speech: “Peaceful revolution of hope” I also sought inspiration from President Nelson… Continue reading Peaceful Revolution of Hope

“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… Continue reading “Trust No One” by Gregg Hurwitz

Turn Around Uganda’s Leadership Crisis

This year, 2018, marked the 50th Anniversary of my birth. Last month, August, on the day of the anniversary of my birth, I contemplated my legacy. Will I make the cut of those who have lived an Aristotelian good life? Aristotle states that the good life consists in the possession, over the course of a lifetime,… Continue reading Turn Around Uganda’s Leadership Crisis

MUK closed, we are not outraged enough

Makerere University Kampala (MUK) remains closed and I despair. Education is key for breaking barriers. To think the losses incurred by parents and guardians who prioritised education for their children - selling important assets - land, animals - in order to raise the significant costs for tuition fees and upkeep for their children during this… Continue reading MUK closed, we are not outraged enough