He was a personification of cleanliness at our home and, indeed, wherever he stayed, be it at school, in the garden, shop or houses at work.
Mum was our best friend and comforter, our shelter, our strength and our provider.
You remembered each of our birthdays and always called to sing “happy birthday”.
At 87 years of age, he was still full of life and most of the things he did deﬁed his age.
Every time he moved around the village on his bicycle, he was mindful to check on his friends and village elders.
She was generous to many Ugandans, most especially those from Busoga sub-region who travelled to the US for visits, academics and casual work (kyeyo)....
When soldiers surrounded him on January 11, 1973 and ordered him to come out of his supermarket, former minister Shaban Nkuutu made a farewell phone call...
“Milton Obote and Kabaka Mutesa’s political alliance was destined to end in disaster” Christopher Iga.
Diane Kwesiga was orphaned at infancy. She was lucky that her maternal grandparents were alive to raise her with love. They sowed seeds of love and kindness...
Kizito believed in responsible parenting as a key-factor in the promotion of a stable and progressive family institution.
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