The way in which the narrative on the Kasule-Mityana-Hospital tragedy is presented in the media is consistent with the tendency among us Ugandans to promote a misrepresentation of our health workers. @NTV Uganda Reportedly, sadly, Mrs. Kasule lost two of her triplets and without the intervention of Prime Minister (PM) Robinah Nnabanjja, she would have… Continue reading Against all odds health workers doing good job
There is this reality television series that airs every morning (Uganda time) on DSTv's "CBS Reality" channel, that is called: "Doctor in the house". In each episode, four doctors are invited into the lives of a family. The doctors observe the families' every day living - whether they do exercise or not; how they do… Continue reading “Doctor in the house,” my guide to good health
Dear Kakwenza, In 2020, your "The Greedy Barbarian" rubbed the handlers of our head of state the wrong way; as did Denis Cecil Hills' "The White Pumpkin", rub handlers of another of our heads of state the wrong way, for in it Hills likened the head of state to a "Village Tyrant." Like Hills you… Continue reading Kakwenza, will you survive this time round?
Men, for the purpose of this post, let us refer to them as ikokolak, went to this woman's orchard and without her permission they harvested 28 bags of oranges. Loaded them on a vehicle, drove off to the market and sold them. More specifically, ikokolak handed over the oranges to a middleman, with the promise… Continue reading Greedy barbarians everywhere and at all levels
Food for thought, are there investors who would like to invest in a akiring n’ebaga (Christmas meat) enterprise in Teso? It is a sure deal win-win for all. Let us do the math with a case study. In 2014, at the beginning of the year, my aunts, like many in rural areas of Teso, each… Continue reading High return on investment in akiring n’ebaga (Christmas meat) – Part II