Dearest Jojo, I didn’t see you as a young girl; not only because I joined the big family crew many years later but also because by the time I began comprehending things, you had moved to live with our grannies at the famous Rwenshinya Hill. I can’t possibly remember the first time we officially met, … More Jojo The Traveler, My Icon of Refinement since Childhood!
Emmanuel Sunlight Kirunda makes very pertinent and mind boggling cases in his book; The Fourth Heritage: How we Ugandans can Integrate our Tribal, Religious and Colonial heritages. Emmanuel and I met only a couple months ago and he was intrigued, at our first encounter, by the fact that I legally dropped my former westernized name … More The Fourth Heritage: A Book Every Ugandan Should Read!
Dear Keezire, Your name reminds me of an old good woman who once lived in my cradle village. Her named is ‘Bakeera’ (they became pure and spotless). Bakeera was a product of the 1936 great East African Revival. I was young, very young, when she used to come visiting at home. She was great friends … More Open Letter to M. Keezire
When you meet a new person and there is an instant intuitive connection! … More The Marvel out of a Thousand Hills!
When asked what a successful life is, many of us would give answers like financial freedom, a happy family, good career, spiritual growth, or a combination of these and many others you might think about. What you think is right (at least for you) but for Burt Almeida, a successful life can only be attained … More Burt Almeida: The Man at the Zenith of Rusticity