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Curfew Kiro-more and Fuel Madness

Curfew Kiro-more and Fuel Madness

By this time next week, a good number of Ugandans will be struggling to recover from a hangover brought on by a weekend of binge drinking. There are different kinds of hangovers that people usually struggle with but the wildest - where you wake up unaware of who and whereRead More
We Love You, But Good Riddance!

We Love You, But Good Riddance!

This week is a landmark week in Uganda. It is the week when expectation and reality finally meet head to head to have that horrible discussion about why they are so far apart. Parents have been looking forward to their little ones going back to school, for different reasons. SomeRead More
Ridiculous Promises for 2022

Ridiculous Promises for 2022

Whenever a New Year sets in, people turn into overly optimistic versions of themselves. Many forget their transgressions, failings, and shortcomings to get their hopes up for just about anything. Liars promise to not weave any more lies, cheaters momentarily imagine a world where they won't cheat again, those whoRead More
A Fuelled December

A Fuelled December

As the sun begins to set on what has been a rather forgettable year for many, it has become apparent that a return to normalcy or anything closely related to how life used to be will take a while. We all seemed to admit that the COVID 19 pandemic andRead More
Setting the Standard for Environmental Conservation

Setting the Standard for Environmental Conservation

A few weeks ago, Uganda agreed to a United States request to host about 2000 Afghan refugees temporarily as their applications to live in the United States are processed. This follows a long history of Uganda as one of the most welcoming countries in the world in regards to refugees.Read More
An insatiable appetite for Bunyonyi

An insatiable appetite for Bunyonyi

When I visited Kabale about two or three years ago, I learned several things about myself. First, I learned that I have an extremely low tolerance for cold weather, it borders on full-on dislike. Second, I learned that no matter how many times I go zip lining, my life willRead More