All posts tagged "Kampala"

  • Men at a Shower

    Attending birthdays, weddings, cocktails and other such fun gatherings is generally a great thing to do in Kampala. If you are an unemployed sworn bachelor surviving by the mercy of the Universe, not only do these gatherings...

    • Posted September 24, 2018
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  • Open Letter to Epolon YKM

    Yoga noi Epolon YKM, In my native tongue Ateso, epolon is an old man. I come from a lovely place named Serere where old people are treated like royalty; they are respected, treasured and accorded utmost honour....

    • Posted August 20, 2018
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  • An Island of Nonchalant Monkeys, Concoctions and Artistry

    A long time ago, before I went bald and before I left my parents’ house, my mum worked tirelessly hard teaching me to read and write. She spent countless hours shoving impossibly difficult writings my way just...

    • Posted August 13, 2018
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  • Customer Care – The Unexplainable Curse

    Any time you ask a Ugandan about what they think of other Ugandans, they will most likely tell you that Ugandans are generally peaceful and welcoming people. They might even go as far as saying we are...

    • Posted June 11, 2018
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  • Social Media Tax – A Middle Finger to Ugandans

    The month of june in Uganda is usually a month of reflection. It was in the month of June in 1974 that Palestinian terrorists hijacked an Air France flight and forced it to land at Entebbe airport. The events that...

    • Posted June 4, 2018
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