Tag Archives: Nimule

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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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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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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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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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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