Monthly Archives: July 2006

Stuck in the closet: The Uganda chapter

Ronnie Sempangi is the enemy of the state. Our state. In fact, all radio stations that are thinking of doing what he is doing should abandon the idea forthwith or they will be sorry, gasia tu! You guys should have … Continue reading

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What do we learn from Straka’s show

Master Parrot’s Ekokompola is like the cry of a Ugandan man frustrated with what he sees everyday but he can’t do anything about it. It is universally accepted the world over that Ugandan chicks are the hottest in the world … Continue reading

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Fighting 2 Face

2 Face is still a big star in Uganda. Even when his song, African Queen is like a million years old, Ugandan chicks will drop everything to listen to it. Now when he steps in the room, the situation is … Continue reading

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Sometimes we have to hang our heads

The subject of the war in the north will not leave us for a long time. Even if there comes some positive out of the attempt at peace in Juba, the effects are far too ingrained in the minds of … Continue reading

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Trust is…

Voting for Ssebaggala even when, given his manifesto, Peter Ssematimba is the best candidate of them all. Believing that when the president says he’s sacked Jim Muhwezi, it is for real this time. It is forgetting that Mr. Katugugu is … Continue reading

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Goings on around the place

Sometimes I do this…I go to a couple of blogs and I take down a number of posts to read later at home. I usually do this when I know I have some time on my hands. When I’m on … Continue reading

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Things to ponder

There are things in the great scheme of things that when one tries to make sense of later on after they have happened, they risk blowing their transformer. They happen allover the world but when they are close to home, … Continue reading

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