Embrace Your Jealousy

Believe it or not, we're naturally wired to feel a bit of jealousy in the face of some other people's glory. Unless of course if you’ve already reached that cosmic religious realm where your feelings are not of the world. But back to normal humans, like in a case where your peer is doing something … Continue reading Embrace Your Jealousy

Winter Blogging Challenge. Introduction, My Commitment & Pledge. #DayOne

Hello. I've been having a hell of a past month in the relief food distribution with the Uganda Red Cross Society for the lock down that I hardly got time to be on my blog and boy had I even forgotten about the #WinterABC. I only managed to keep my site running because I have … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Introduction, My Commitment & Pledge. #DayOne

Why Society Loves To Hate Slay Queens. Literary.

I would like to assume that by now, everyone knows who a slayer is. Particularly, a slay queen. But for a few of those who have been living in the days of Nebuchadnezzar, slayers are the latest kind of people who are living life in the fast lane. They walk around with the coolest gadgets, … Continue reading Why Society Loves To Hate Slay Queens. Literary.

Ugandans & Their Education System. Whose Fault Is It?

I've seen many of y'all making noise of how terrible our education system is. I am not here to defend of how good it is but still I am here to disagree to some degree with you. Yes the prairies, mitochondria & stuff are now at our age most probably very irrelevant to have been … Continue reading Ugandans & Their Education System. Whose Fault Is It?

Ugandan Artists Vs International Acts

Sometime back, in the ever happening capital of East Africa, Kampala, there was an uproar by some local artists against KCCA, the body governing the capital, after it emerged that KCCA had paid about 165 million to Diamond Platnumz, a top Tanzanian artist for the now defunct KCCA festival. 165 million of the tax payers’ … Continue reading Ugandan Artists Vs International Acts