My mother a woman of valor

I watch toto, my mother, Mrs. Betty Anne Apio Owaraga, as she endures abuse from those she opened her home to and raised. I watch her as she weighs the options and chooses the ones that serve her children best, even though sometimes it comes with considerable cost to her. But still and with grace… Continue reading My mother a woman of valor

Timely succession law

Listening to the "Spectrum" talk show on Radio One FM90 on the evening of 12th May 2022, I was happy to hear and to be educated on the highlights of Uganda's new succession law. I loved to learn the fact that "the law under section 27 now maintains the traditional heir to a deceased person,… Continue reading Timely succession law

Tears of an orphan

So, yesterday, 11th May 2022, my lawyer, Counsel Allan Ogoi, Partner in Okalang Law Chambers, advised me to be present in Mbale High Court for the hearing of my plea for a Court Injunction and Restraining Order to be issued in my favor against one that fits the description: "DEVIL." Yes, devil in biblical sense:… Continue reading Tears of an orphan

‘Bereaved’ fight for money

Eeeh! I thought I had seen it all after the death of my late papa, when I began to face the fire of greed for the property of a deceased by 'the grieving". Apparently, I have seen nothing. I just watched an episode of “Judge Judy” in which two grown men sued their seemingly younger… Continue reading ‘Bereaved’ fight for money

The Kakwenza phenomenon

Yesterday, within less than seven hours, Kakwenza Rukirabashaija raised from individual donors, I assume mostly Ugandans, Shs 40 million (nearly US$ 11.4 thousand). He used a simple fundraising strategy. Through his social media platforms he requested five thousand donors to each donate, via mobile money, Shs 8,000 (which is less than US$ 3). And, once… Continue reading The Kakwenza phenomenon