“We don’t want much, we want justice, and we want the truth telling. When they were taking our children, we had the same President, they have come back under the same President. We want our government to hear the suffering of the people in Northern Uganda. We have gone to the Resident district Commissioners office and written letters as instructed, trying to get a meeting with the President, but we have failed, up to today. We wanted to meet the President and present our issues, because we are not sure he knows our problems yet. People go to him and get money in the name of helping war victims in Northern Uganda, but that support does not get to us, the people on ground.” Stella Lanam. founder of
First things first, happy new month of July 2020. Probably welcome to Jumanji level 2? It all depends on what level you are on now given the varying partial lock downs in most countries around the world. June is fast gone and done with, especially the national and global holidays…
Have you ever met a man who steals your attention without struggle, he takes your brain and gives it a super ‘brainal’ (Intellectual orgasm) with his firm character and out pour-age of knowledge.
Life is adventurous, comic , fulfilling, a rear hustle and full of endless lessons and dreams. Only in Uganda!
Meet Mayanja and Kakande; my newly found friends from the lake side in Gaba, Uganda.
Togetherness is strength; this is one of the beliefs that you will strongly buy into when you step foot in Haven Lodge Buhoma.
Uganda’s famous slung ‘boda boda,’ becomes a legit English word!