Monthly Archives: October 2013

Taxi Tales – Lies and more lies

  As it often happens I took a bus from Juba to Kampala on my journey home last week.  Not any spectacular things happening along the journey save for the usual contrasts of the Uganda and South Sudanese highway traffic police … Continue reading

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If cows could talk?

If cows could talk, they would have a lot to say about some human beings. Yesterday as I browsing the internet, I saw a headline on MSN Kenya which caught my eye; “Bull fighting in Kenya.” I flipped through the … Continue reading

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The New Nation – My trials and tribulations part 2 (“A break-in for Eid”)

As though the two incidents at the Juba central taxi park on Saturday afternoon were not disturbing enough, we had another attempted break-in by thieves early Monday morning and this time round at least gun went off besides the electric … Continue reading

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The New Nation – My trials and Tribulations

The Republic of South Sudan is the newest nation in the world today and when I came here last year to work as a newspaper distribution consultant I was briefed by my employers Sudan Advocacy for Development) that I was … Continue reading

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Independence Day – Uganda

Today is a public holiday back home in Uganda as we or they back home celebrate our 51st birthday as an independent nation from Britain. If I had a choice, I would be home with family and probably out some … Continue reading

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The green grass of home

When I talk of the “Green grass of home,” I am speaking in general terms of the good times, the warm and love of family and friends, and of course the environment there in which I have grown up and … Continue reading

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Truth, Genes or just Coincidence

It is said that one of the first organs that human fetus develops is the hearing organ and therefore the unborn baby may be able to hear sounds around the mother.When my wife Trudy pictured above was pregnant with our … Continue reading

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