Monthly Archives: September 2013

Taxi Tales – One size fits all.

On my last journey home from Juba to Kampala, I took an early morning bus that got me home in just under twelve hours and I was so happy to step out that bus sane. Besides the reminder of money … Continue reading

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Accountability–The Game of give and take

If you are familiar with Bible stories you might probably remember that when God created Adam and placed him the garden of Eden he gave him responsibility of taking care of the garden as he enjoyed the benefits of being … Continue reading

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Something to be thankful for.

Some guy once told me in the height of a general election period in Uganda that only idiots thanked a government for constructing a road or hospital or any other kind of infrastructure in their locality. According to him, such … Continue reading

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Simple questions – Difficult answers

911 is almost at hand and that reminds me of the many simple questions my five-year old son often asks when we are usually out for a walk or watching TV together. It is not questions like why is the … Continue reading

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Taxi Tales – A soul for five thousand Ugandan shillings.

On my last trip home to Uganda from Juba, South Sudan, I occupied a front seat on the Kampala bound bus which gave me a vantage view of my surrounding and the road ahead. It was a much shorter journey … Continue reading

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