I must admit the Afrobloggers Winter Challenge 2020 is here to Africanize us in all ways. It is here to stretch us through everything African one way or the other. From vernacular proverbs to African personalities.It is simply interesting to say the least. Now as of today’s task, I am at a cross roads. I … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #13 A Notable African Personality I Would Love To Meet & Why.
The challenges we are handling are at one instant turning us into language professors with the proverbsto intending brand ambassadors down to story tellers and by the end of June, we’ll have turned intomovie directors I guess but before I spoil it for you, here I am about today’s challenge. As a student who studied, … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #12 Attending A Historical African Event.
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
In a packed but quiet church, the guests all sat looking immaculately spick and span. The groom stood facing the altar on which stood the clergy, eagerly waiting to join the two love birds to eternity. Matrimony. As the organist played the piano, it felt like the heavens were going to come down today. It … Continue reading The Perfect Wedding
Atakogga, Atagenda, Atagejja. The one and only music doctor in Uganda. Dr. Jose Chameleon. One of the most phenomenal artists Uganda has ever had. Trust me, it is not easy to reign for over two decades in such an industry. He also has a beautiful wife and children and his whole male sibling’s line is … Continue reading Of Ugandan Artists’ Concert Costumes