Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #14 One Cultural Aspect In My Community.

My surname is Kinene (means big. Don't ask me why that name) 😄. I am from the Lugave (pangolin) clan, a Muganda from the Buganda tribe, the biggest in Uganda. So, with toady’s challenge, I am supposed to pick something from my culture and talk to you about it. Be my guest. Allow me take … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #14 One Cultural Aspect In My Community.

Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #13 A Notable African Personality I Would Love To Meet & Why.

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.

Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #11. 5 Proverbs In My Vernacular And What They Mean.

AfroBloggers is here to engage us in all fronts. Now they are promoting our cultural backgrounds by persuading us to go back to our mother tongues. Very commendable. Olaba embwa egobba owekiwempe, kati gwe owedibba? loosely, translated; If you see a dog chasing down a man carrying a carpet, what about you with an animal … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020 #11. 5 Proverbs In My Vernacular And What They Mean.

‘To Send Her Transport Or Not?’. That Is The Question.

In a basic setting, prostitution is when someone offers sex for something else in return, usually money. Love & emotions are rarely involved. Some societies even call them escorts though the latter are more advanced & professional in the act. We’ve been hit recently, by a social media debate about something that has been going … Continue reading ‘To Send Her Transport Or Not?’. That Is The Question.

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