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Lira's orphaned mosque awaits love

Lira’s Jamiya Mosque was supposed to be Northern Uganda’s biggest and the country’s second biggest mosque after the Old Kampala mosque. However, following...

The mystery hill of Lugbara origin

Mount Wati is the highest point in the West Nile region and central to the ancestry of the Lugbara people in the area. High atop the mountain is a collection...

Lost in nature's richness at Kyambura

If you have not visited the Kyambura Gorge and Kazinga Channel in western Uganda, you do not know how much you are missing.

The serenity of Lake Kyaninga will blow you...

In 2003, Steve Williams, a Briton, passed through Fort Portal on his way to Bwindi National Park to see gorillas. However, what wowed him most on his voyage...

Olam brings Acholi cuisines to Kampala

Astone’s throw away from the Nakawa foot bridge is Olam restaurant, which has over the years, attracted a host of journalists, accountants, doctors, mechanics...

Memories of a Valentine's Day bombing

For people in Kabalagala, Valentine’s Day evokes memories of a bomb blast that tore through Telex Bar on February 14, 1999.

Mto Moyoni, home away from home

River Nile is not only well known for its wealth of water and fish but also the beauty it adds to recreation centres near it. At one of these recreation...

Is Noah's Ark hidden in Mount Ararat?

Controversy about Noah’s Ark continues to pre-occupy archaeologists, scientists, historians, explorers and Christians alike. Many people and organisations...

Ruboni where tourism pays handsomely

The rumbling rivers born by the glaciers from the snow on Mt. Rwenzori plunge into Ruboni located along the equator. The chilly conditions have created...

Travel: The journey from Kapchorwa to Bukwo...

The drive from Kapchorwa to Bukwo, a remote district in Uganda’s eastern region, is bumpy and dusty and when it rains, it becomes slippery. The mountainous...

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