Monthly Archives: September 2006

The Year Gone By

I have been in my position as NewVision’s Regional Marketing Officer – Eastern for one year now and a lot has happened in this one. I was posted to Mbale in August last year and before the year was out, … Continue reading

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Apology

I would like to apologise to visitors of this blog for the hapzard manner in which recent entries in this journal have been made. They have been entered in no particular as I imported them from my “My Africa” BBC … Continue reading

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City Meets Village

This year’s Easter celebration was quite different from others that I have experienced in the past years. A group of about thirty youth from my former congregation in Gaba, Kampala joined my family for a three day celebration from Good … Continue reading

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My Way

My name is Omilia Moses Rubn, 40 years old and I work as a marketing officer with The NewVision, a Uganda government owned newspaper. I wedded in December of 2005. Our wedding was unique compared to most weddings in Kampala … Continue reading

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Olive

My little sister Olive has started her wedding preparations in earnest and like me she has also gone African on the dressing. Recently she called me to go over and meet her at Arapapa, the designer of our wedding attire … Continue reading

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Wishes

Wishes do come true after all. Not very long ago I was wishing that I had my Kampala friends staying somewhere in the neighbourhood in Tororo so that we could chill out and spend some time together over the weekends. … Continue reading

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Trudy

When I took Trudy out for a boat ride just a day after our wedding last year, it was with much trepidation that she accepted to come along with me and Shadrach. No sooner had we moved from the shore … Continue reading

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