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August 2016

Taking a taxi in Kampala.

Photo credit: Living in Kampala My heart broke for her as she plead for change from the conductor, who continued to bang the door, yelling for her to get out. He hurled all kinds of vulgarities and… Source: Taking a taxi in... Continue Reading →

Taking a taxi in Kampala.

Photo credit: Living in Kampala My heart broke for her as she plead for change from the conductor, who continued to bang the door, yelling for her to get out. He hurled all kinds of vulgarities and all but carried her out.... Continue Reading →

THE SCHOOL EXPERIENCE. #UgBlogWeek

Here is the final day of the #UgBlogWeek, marking the seventh day of blogging under the theme: School Made Me No Better. So much about school was not right, but a lot wasn't wrong either. We learnt to read and... Continue Reading →

School Vs Life.

As we draw towards the end of the #UgBlogWeek, we discover more ways in which "school made us no better", as is the theme. Sometime Last week on my way home from work, I went through Gazaland to buy some... Continue Reading →

BULLYING: A tale of survival.

I was fortunate enough to go to schools where the concept of bullying was unheard of. Where seasoned kids intimidating, teasing and in extreme cases inflicting physical pain on the new kids was not a thing. My school considered asking... Continue Reading →

NO THANKS FOR THAT!

  Day Three of the #UgBlogWeek is here and we continue write under the theme: School made me no better. I remember the first time I ever got caned for poor performance. Or should I say for not hitting the... Continue Reading →

LEADERSHIP: Philanthropy or Personal gain?

Day two of the #UgBlogWeek under the theme: School Made me no better. The first election I ever participated in was in my primary 5. My friend was running for assistant head girl and I was her self… Source: LEADERSHIP:... Continue Reading →

LEADERSHIP: Philanthropy or Personal gain?

Day two of the #UgBlogWeek under the theme: School Made me no better. The first election I ever participated in was in my primary 5. My friend was running for assistant head girl and I was her self-appointed campaign manager.... Continue Reading →

School did not teach me.

School made me no better. After seeing the theme for the Uganda Blog week, #UgBlogWeek, I have to admit, my brain spazzed out for a while. School did make me better. Besides basic mathematics and composition writing, I learnt the value... Continue Reading →

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