Monthly Archives: November 2008

Back to Mbale

It has been a long arduous journey of more than two thousand kilometers to the North, West Nile and Eastern Regions of Uganda. It has been hot and mighty dusty out there.   Thank God I am finally back to … Continue reading

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Back to Mbale

It has been a long arduous journey of more than two thousand kilometers to the North, West Nile and Eastern Regions of Uganda. It has been hot and mighty dusty out there.   Thank God I am finally back to … Continue reading

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In Arua

It is a new day here in Arua. The un is up and it promises to be a hot sunny day. The town is abuzzz with life and the boda-bodas are dashing here and there as though they want to … Continue reading

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On The Road to Arua

Today’s journey has been a contrast of yesterday’s. The road to Arua from Lira has been smooth all the way except for the portion before Corner Kamdin. Sure, we’ve driven through a lot of bush just like yesterday. However today’s … Continue reading

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Hitting The Road In The North

This evening is hot just like it has been hot and sunny today. We did nearly a half a thousand kilometres today visiting our distributors in the Northern districts of Lira, Gulu, Kitgum and Pader as part of my orientation … Continue reading

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In The North

It has been a hectic two weeks for me now. I have been to Kampala for the last two weekends and lots of fun with my son Phi. Last weekend I was in Kampla for the MTN Kampala Marathon and … Continue reading

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Change Has Come!

It is finally here and it is swift. I mean the long anticipated transfer from Mbale has at last become a reality. I moving northward, not Kampala as earlier communicated in September. I received a call yesterday from the new … Continue reading

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