Tag Archives: Kampala

Reflections in Juba–Time to go back home

Looking into the distance towards the south-east from the balcony of my room, I can see the way home from the diminutive images of vehicles plying the Juba/Nimule Highway, probably more than ten kilometers from where I am standing. If … Continue reading

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Reflections in Juba – Lessons from my elders.

Some time later this year or early next year, God willing, my family will have a thanksgiving ceremony for our aging parents (they are well into their early eighties). When the idea came up from our eldest brother over the … 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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Mercy Turns Four

I did stay for Mercy’s birthday after all before traveling to Juba, thanks for the boss’s postponement of our journey to a few days before to Easter. The kids were surely delighted to have me around for the birthday since their mother, … Continue reading

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Taxi Tales – Driving home for Christmas

In less than forty-eight hours I will be leaving South Sudan for Uganda for three weeks Christmas holiday. It will be a great relief put behind me the heat and dust of the dry spell which seems to have just … Continue reading

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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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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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