Papa Ejakait Ssalongo Engineer George William Obityo Owaraga, my father, rested. His medical team at the Intensive Care Unit of Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga in Kampala pronounced him passed on at 12:41 a.m. on 1st November 2020. Later that evening and after A-Plus Funeral Management had prepared his body, his remains were brought back to… Continue reading Papa Owaraga’s Burial – Aipuduno
A deeper analysis of Mr. Museveni's cabinet of six months ago, in fact, reveals that the top five positions in cabinet - President, Vice President, Prime Minister, and the 1st and 2nd Deputy Prime Ministers - were all men, and it continues to be the case even now. Of the full ministers in Mr. Museveni's cabinet of six months ago, 64 percent were men and only 36 percent were women. Of the Ministers of State, 66 percent were men and 34 percent were women.
Am reminded of a photo of Mutuba trees at his Rwakitura farm that was posted on the 'Face Book wall' of the senior citizen of Uganda at the tail end of 2017. The photo was captioned: “I planted these Mutuba trees as a fence in 1967 while my peers were dancing and enjoying life in… Continue reading 50 year old Mutuba Tree
Thursday, 10th March 2016 President Yoweri Kagutta Museveni, Your Excellency, the President of the Republic of Uganda, Your Excellency, the President Elect of the Republic of Uganda, State House, Kampala, Uganda. Dear Mr. President, I know you are a busy man, so I will come straight to the point. As a sub-part of society, it… Continue reading Letter to President Museveni