When famed successful business gurus are invited to give talks to the business community in Uganda, I often wonder who the teacher should be and who the learner should be. So, when their talks, keynote address, or whatever are praised, I often take it with a pinch of salt - in terms of applicability in Uganda.
Watching the democratic process in Alabama and by extension the USA, it shocks me to the core about its revelation of the demons that form the basis on which Christianity is founded on. I could be wrong, but how is it at all possible that people who are supporting a man that is the very example of immorality do… Continue reading #RethinkingMyConvictions: Alabama?
Nearly one year ago, I wrote a post on Linkedin titled: “Uganda is Notorious Once More”, in which I shared my discomfort as follows: What with DR STELLA NYANZI catapulting Uganda back to our status of that notorious country. Good God! I dread the next time I participate in international fora, and it is going… Continue reading Right to Freedom and Right to Abuse
I was lucky to be borne while five of my paternal grandmothers (RIP) were still alive. They told us stories of how they had a collective responsibility for raising all their children. My father was breastfed by multiple mothers, the story goes. If one of my grandmothers for some reason was not able at a… Continue reading Cry Uganda’s Children!