Google image Finally closing off this year's Afrobloggers winterabc2021 with a fictitious story inspired by true events. It's been a wonderful but challenging ride discovering wonderful writers, learning from so many people, and enjoying my time all the while. As I bow out today, I am leaving you a story of how I felt when … Continue reading Day 21 winterabc2021. Love. The Feeling That Killed Him!
Day 17 Of #Winterabc2021. Of Catching Foreign Accents & Blending In.
Back in the day in our slippery when wet city of Kampala, I used to hustle with a brother. Those days when the hustle got so real your whole outlook showed. When people would pass you off for a decent street beggar. When we would regret why we did not listen to those who told … Continue reading Day 17 Of #Winterabc2021. Of Catching Foreign Accents & Blending In.
Day 15 of #Winterabc2021. Day 1 of Culture & fashion. The color black.
Shadray Welcome to the fashion and culture week of the winterabc 2021 and today I am going to talk about colors...or in my case, a color...black. I really love it to have as many different colored apparels in my closet as possible but I end up putting much love to the color black. black clothes … Continue reading Day 15 of #Winterabc2021. Day 1 of Culture & fashion. The color black.
Day 14 of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. Reasons Why Many People Who Go To Arabia Hardly Ever Survive The Streets When They Return.
The harsh reality of life that is affecting African countries is despicable. We have a very large youthful generation that is uncertain of their future. Job scarcity, poor service delivery & resource distribution all mainly escalated by our poor African leaders. This has forced many youths to look to the vibrant Middle East as their … Continue reading Day 14 of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. Reasons Why Many People Who Go To Arabia Hardly Ever Survive The Streets When They Return.
Day 9 of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021 Gender-Based Violence. How We Can Stop It.
Gender-Based Violence. We have created a hopeless situation by mistreating people majorly according to their sex/ gender, socially, emotionally, physically, and psychologically. The 2016 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey revealed that up to 22% of women aged 15 to 49 in the country had experienced some form of sexual violence. The report also revealed that … Continue reading Day 9 of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021 Gender-Based Violence. How We Can Stop It.