Category Archives: Society

Reflections in Juba – Ignorance, Rebellion or Style?

Nearly thirty years ago there was a young baby-sitter where I lived in Entebbe who would often run around the house naked before she would have a bath. There were several attempts to get her to stop the habit but … Continue reading

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Christmas Memories–Brooms for a roof.

  Some might say that Moses this is not the time to be talking about Christmas at all; it is time for serious business. Yes, I would totally agree with you if you are one of those who would rather … Continue reading

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Wedding Day Memories

It is now nine years down the road since Gertrude and I wedded in December of 2005 and sure the several stings of the honeybees in our lives have not taken away the sweetness of the honey. You might wonder … 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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Christmas Time – Home Sick

Today has been a mixed bag for me here in Juba – heat, headache, jogging, lots of noise from guests at the korok Guest House restaurant having their end of year parties,  Christmas songs from my laptop, naps, holiday pix … Continue reading

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Malakal – Upper Nile State

I will probably be visiting another South Sudanese state capital about this time next week that might have me missing again on the next road trip to Kampala. Hopefully, I will be well this time round unlike when I visited … Continue reading

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Funny Times

The Days of My Life There is a phrase my little son often uses to describe things, persons and circumstances that are either strange or queer. That phrase is the word “funny”. Emmy is hardly four and he could not … Continue reading

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