Monthly Archives: September 2009

I is cookie monster

A minister from Buganda has ‘stunned’ his people by saying he doesn’t respect the Kabaka anymore. Apparently it stems from the treatment he received recently as he tried to meet the monarch. Methinks this is just a ruse. He musta … Continue reading

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These are a few of my favourite … scenes

Every now and then, I come across someone who upon learning that I like to read, will ask me how many books I have read in my life. I stopped responding with an open mouth and wide eyes and then … Continue reading

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Heeding Noah’s warning

Government has no excuse this time, or so it seems. Usually, when crises fall, there’s so many scapegoats running around. For the entire time that this administration’s been in power, there’s always been an excuse for everything that’s gone down. … Continue reading

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I’ll take…Kampala

The violence, as we all know, was not exactly surprising. This will happen again, one can be sure about that, as long as one side does not feel like they are getting a fair deal. And from what’s been doing … Continue reading

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Doctor, doctor, shall I die?

A few days ago I was in the country, moonlighting with a lady who was in Uganda to do a short film on malaria. I comforted myself that it was not so bad since she was supposed to be doing … Continue reading

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People will laugh at a goat in a coat

There’s a storm brewing at work over the way we dress. Or it could be all in my head, a tea cup or whatever. Our Kenyan bosses, I have come to notice, really get their panties twisted when it comes … Continue reading

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