alexithymia

That evermore sensation.  Time, days duplicating each other.  An endless sense of self-rediscovery.  Questioning and disdains of the new you.  Let down and shattered.  With intense hurt. Predominantly a misty attitude  Unable to discerning with sanity.  When you are tangled with the old moments.  The inexperienced moments when life was life. Moments splitting your essence.  … More alexithymia

AfCFTC and the future of Africa on the Watch

Africa’s upswing is overdue and when the United States of America had a very racialist President the continent was not only on autopilot from Washington but there were pockets of sabotage. We all remember the state Department under that chunky spy as secretary of state tried to influence the leadership of the African Development Bank. … More AfCFTC and the future of Africa on the Watch

2021, the future of Uganda’s Political scene and Buganda question.

We can not move on amidst a Cold Civil War yet. I never want to do a blog about Uganda’s politics or blog on anything plainly. Commenting on Uganda’s politics is also a matter of life and death but at the moment the dead are better off in Uganda. To comment in-depth on Uganda’s politics … More 2021, the future of Uganda’s Political scene and Buganda question.

2020 on my Blog

This is the time of the year when bloggers take on reviewing the events of the year. Am not reviewing 2020 now, it’s too early. The pain of talking about how racism led to the withdraw of a prince and his wife from his family, the American president having a go at Iran by killing … More 2020 on my Blog

The Changing geopolitics of the Nile River and the Grand Renaissance Dam

After Israel normalized ties with Sudan in Trump’s last-minute efforts to have a real legacy. I got ideas to write about the Nile and its changing geopolitics. If you are confused by now you need to go read about the Peace Canals that connect Israel to the Nile under the Suez Canal through the Sinai … More The Changing geopolitics of the Nile River and the Grand Renaissance Dam

If I died today

If you Googled me and my blog you will find short poems about death and even full articles. Like every normal human I too fear dying but that doesn’t stop me from writing and talking about it. Most people hate that side of me or should I say they enjoy living in denial. Death has … More If I died today

Sunny days

Have not been on my blog Benjamin WATCH for a while, as always I have excuses. I don’t if they are logical but I will try anyway to tell you where I have been. I have been putting my words on 5 other sites of other African bloggers. Out of the 5 3 are blog … More Sunny days

An accident

An accident when you remember oursI’m miserable to concede, it provokes tears.I endeavor and conclude on what to let out. Only triviality can describe all that duration and discomfort.My later impression of you, unsaid disgust is the decent I can commit. My affection for you, a wonderful blunder.You proved to be a serpent.Your soul a … More An accident

Book Review of Packlight: Memoirs of Growing up in Africa

Memoirs of Growing up in Africa is my first book review on my blogging journey. The book is an anthology of short stories from across Africa and it’s put together by Ibua Publishing. What makes it special from other anthologies is that it has a piece from North Africa bringing out the vastness of it’s … More Book Review of Packlight: Memoirs of Growing up in Africa

Coups and Regime Change on my Watch

Napoleon Bonaparte, Francisco Franco, Muammar al Qaddafi, Idi Amin, Augusto Pinochet, Nigeria, Ghana, Turkey, Thailand. If a stranger stood in front of you and told you to give me one term for these groups of terms. And they started chanting “Napoleon Bonaparte, Francisco Franco, Muammar al Qaddafi, Idi Amin, Augusto Pinochet, Nigeria, Ghana, Turkey, Thailand.” … More Coups and Regime Change on my Watch

Collaborative blog post: Greatness festers in isolation and frustration with Rogers M.Wanambwa

This article was published on Friday 10th July 2020 on my co-writers site. Today is Tuesday which is also a guest writer’s day in the Ugandan Blog arena. Greatness festers in isolation and frustrationBy Rogers M. Wanambwa & Musanjufu Benjamin WanambwaThroughout the ages, the greatest of men have had to go through a period of … More Collaborative blog post: Greatness festers in isolation and frustration with Rogers M.Wanambwa

Halted Dreams

sketchespieced jointlymiscellaneous pigmentsrolled on a color patterndaughters and sons undevelopedintentions dissatisfied pendingdrafted manuscripts,of happily and after talesphrases not rationalto even the retired loversvanished into silence in front of the laptop in the corner of a cafégazing at nothingnessdarkness intensifyingtime haltedcurios about hereafter

Five Songs and Why

Am very late today, been dealing with my heart, it got shattered because I tried to drink from a broken glass for too long. I you have read my Complexities of loving a broken girl you would be connecting dots by now. Anyway about music. I personally listen to everything but my playlist is kinda … More Five Songs and Why

I accept it now and I will be true to it

You must have seen the tweet by now Musanjufu Benjamin (@Benjamin_Watch) Tweeted:Comrades in the African Blogsphere It’s with the profound indebtedness that I receive the highest Endorsement honor from @AfroBloggers for my blog https://t.co/STjU6L5iXN I promise to stick to the undertakings that have brought me to this moment. https://t.co/xa7pjnVtjz https://t.co/ajQfWTDLFU https://twitter.com/Benjamin_Watch/status/1274054133629272066?s=20 It has not yet … More I accept it now and I will be true to it

Brand I would love to represent and work with: Afrobloggers.

There are many brands out there in the world, they have been build over year’s and everyone admires to be part of them. But I have also noticed its hard for someone to stay for 10 years. Look at Google, Facebook and Apple. There employees don’t stay for long which tells something about established brands. … More Brand I would love to represent and work with: Afrobloggers.

Four social media accounts I follow, and what I like about them

Greetings from Mukono Uganda, it’s day 9 and here we are. So day 9 is a tricky one for me because to me social media is mostly about people like me, like you without verified accounts. If you are reading this chances are high we follow each other, you inspire me, you challenge me, you … More Four social media accounts I follow, and what I like about them

Becoming Musanjufu Benjamin Kavubu a Biographical piece

Musanjufu Benjamin Kavubu was born on 13th December 1992 a few months before time, making him a member of the Purple ribbon club. About 4 in 10 premature babies make one year. He is a son to two Accounts, a firstborn, and brother. He grew up in between his parents from time after their marriage … More Becoming Musanjufu Benjamin Kavubu a Biographical piece

Figuring out Miss Independent with Nicole Kurebwaseka

Every guy desires to have an independent modern woman, the kind your mother may not appreciate. When you get one it’s surely celestial, it takes time to sink in and in most times we mess up trying to believe what we have. But independent ladies have their perspective of life. They are a bit complicated, … More Figuring out Miss Independent with Nicole Kurebwaseka

One Way Love

Love from one side, or one way relationships are all around us. They some became marriages but nothing good comes out of them. They a live that one way street where traffic flows to one direction and when one tries to move the opposite side head on collisions lead to fatal accidents. So love flows … More One Way Love

Day 16: Politics vs Religion guests bloggers Zeno Othieno Owora

Day 16: Politics vs Religion. If God ever came off his high horse and met me on my way to wherever I like going, he would stop me. His mood would either be anger or extreme joy. Given his known use of magic, he would then conjure up a myriad of heavenly liquor. To facilitate … More Day 16: Politics vs Religion guests bloggers Zeno Othieno Owora

My favorite blogs

Missed out on day 8 of #UgBlogMonth so I am back to do day 9 and then 14 and 16 and I will incline the challenge. Anyway, today is about my favorite blogs, not sure if it’s the same as favorite bloggers. All in all, I am so mixing this up. First, there are those … More My favorite blogs