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 Three of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. A Dented Dream.

Every end of a year has people setting up goals and plans for what the next year should be and once the new year pulls up, things are set in motion. that was not any different with how I looked at 202o. However, life had other things on its bucket list, the damned COVID-19. I … Continue reading Day Three of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. A Dented Dream.

Day 10 August Rush Blogging Challenge. How To Guide. How To Guide.

Everyday we're learning & getting better. Today we're also teaching & below I am going to briefly share a few tips on how to publicize your content & site. 1. Create your own identity if possible & preferably. An identity that's in line with your subject matter. An identity people will know you for. It … Continue reading Day 10 August Rush Blogging Challenge. How To Guide. How To Guide.

Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #15 An Issue That’s So Close To My Heart.

Fall In Love Using Your Head As Much As Your Heart. Ever since I started writing, it’s been mainly about relationships. The things that have affected my love life whether good or bad & also about others. Those I’ve read about, heard or had an opportunity to talk to. Giving advice on how to love … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #15 An Issue That’s So Close To My Heart.

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?