Monthly Archives: February 2006

The aftermath

Huh? What was that? You finished with that madness? thanks y’all for voting wisely. This country will forever be greatful for what you have done. You saved us from having to change the official presidential photo on the wall in … Continue reading

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Its crunch time, peeps

Tomorrow, if everything goes as we pray it shall, we shall start a whole new chapter in this big book called Ugandan Life. We shall start over, probably with a new president at the helm and with new possibilities. We … Continue reading

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To Uganda with Love

The president was on LTV taking around Mathew Crouch and his wife, Laurie, showing them the sorrowful survivors of the northern war. For some reason, LTV decided to air this doccie, which was made in December last year, at this … Continue reading

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To die for the country

Three bodies lie on the ground, broken and lifeless.Three Ugandans are never going to sing their party slogans again.They are now the winds that dry our clothes. The stuff of historical stories. These three braves did not know that the … Continue reading

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While I was away…

Been taking time off and just reading other people’s blogs. And I can tell you, it’s been a riveting experience. Lots of stuff I didn’t know. It’s amazing what people can reveal when they start writing down their thoughts. Greatest … Continue reading

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The Death of Ricky

From the very first time he came home, we knew that he would never amount to anything. He could be a darling, make us laugh and when one wanted to take a stroll, they’d always feel like taking him along. … Continue reading

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Uganda Decides

After 20 years in power, does it make sense for a grown man to promise things like electricity, schools and hospitals? These are things that should have been done in the course of that time. By now, the promises should … Continue reading

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