Blessings of Loving a Broken One

Imagine drinking from broken glass or eating from a broken plate, if it were to happen successfully then it would need a certain amount of care……………So long as she loves in her own way, and accepts to be loved at … Continue reading Blessings of Loving a Broken One

The tale of SALT on my watch

It’s been a while, have not written a blog since August 25th, am lazy since I have gone past my average number of blogs I do in a year. My excuse is that I have been busy reading blogs many … Continue reading The tale of SALT on my watch

Financial Scams on my Watch

A few weeks ago Beaton put out a tweet about pyramid schemes, Patsy the lady being Justified Esctasy on her YouTube channel did a piece about being scammed and I thank for telling her story. Ruth Humura on her podcast … Continue reading Financial Scams on my Watch

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 … Continue reading Coups and Regime Change on my Watch

Reading and Liking a Writer

Your enticement through your words cuts across time and adopts new and all kinds of seasons. Whenever I read your work or listen to your podcast or watch one of your Youtube videos that you take long to produce, I … Continue reading Reading and Liking a Writer

The outlook of Uganda’s Real Estate Sector

A few weeks ago I wrote my first viewpoint Blog about the Ugandan real estate sector. in that specific blog, I was raising that coming issue of a possible bust bubble in the housing business. I also tried to point … Continue reading The outlook of Uganda’s Real Estate Sector

The Education Sector As a business

My excuse for taking a while without posting anything is because I was reading other blogs and my personal reading of books that are mostly suggested by your work. I know it is a cheap one. I have no one … Continue reading The Education Sector As a business

Podcasting: African BlogShere

This year I set out to start a podcast about African blogs and African bloggers. But my goals to make it consistently hit rock bottom after recording the first episode with a Zimbabwean Blogger who is currently staying in Russia. … Continue reading Podcasting: African BlogShere

Number of children for a millennials households

I got together with Rogers M. Wanambwa and Connie Dia to address the question of how many children we can have to meet substantial financial safety of some sort against the social narrative that is set. Benjamin In the Ugandan … Continue reading Number of children for a millennials households

Of millennials, commitment and relationships on my watch

I have always wanted to tell this story for the most part of this lockdown, the more I have kept it away in my physical notebook, the more it has evolved. It has been dented by other blogs that have … Continue reading Of millennials, commitment and relationships on my watch

Internet Access and Africa

If you have read my Twitter bio you must have noticed that I describe myself as an Internet enthusiast or zealot or devotee or lover. Now the reason for this is information should be available to all. In fact, Internet … Continue reading Internet Access and Africa

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 … Continue reading 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 … Continue reading Halted Dreams

My Winter ABC official Budge

Before I start let me tell you something about last year it was a tweet. I put out last November and I still feel the same way when I was drafting it or feel more positive about the principal of … Continue reading My Winter ABC official Budge

Winter ABC 2020 Millennials and Adultescents

Millennials are we Synonyms with Adultescents This was my 7th blog post in 2017, when I started I had written down about 10 articles that I was dying to put out. Back then I was a very worry about my … Continue reading Winter ABC 2020 Millennials and Adultescents

By the time he woke up

It’s been forever since I had real rest away from work, constant rush hours, and technology. I am seated on my desk on a second floor, in the corner where I spend most of my time in the oil City … Continue reading By the time he woke up

ABC 2020 On trending current affairs

Before I start my submission for day 17, I want to point out something I noticed from the world bank, on 20th June the International day for refugees they released $ 900 million to Uganda to improve the standards of … Continue reading ABC 2020 On trending current affairs

On grief loss and maybe healing

The weekend was long, packed and joyous. I welcome those joining the winterABC both as writers and our readers that keep us going. So about today and that topic. I expect to read a lot on love and heartbreaks today … Continue reading On grief loss and maybe healing

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 … Continue reading I accept it now and I will be true to it

Some thing close to my heart a rugby team

Am happy about day 15, it’s a milestone of some sorts in this challenge, we also get to take a weekend from writing and catch up with the reading, 90 blogs in a day is no joke, that’s how many … Continue reading Some thing close to my heart a rugby team

One Cultural aspect from my Community Naming

It’s day 14 already, someone was complaining that I post so early, but am not breaking the rules in East Africa we are head of most of Africa, we are currently at +3 GMT since it’s June. Since Uganda is … Continue reading One Cultural aspect from my Community Naming

Notable African Personality who and why

Greetings Africa, the as the lock down is opening and work is upon some of us, time is becoming difficult to bend, there are more than 100 blogs open on my browser that I have to read, but someone nailed … Continue reading Notable African Personality who and why

An event in African History

So we have 10 days left of the Winter African Blogging Challenge 0f 2020, yesterday was insightful, another day to show how small Africa is and I noted some words from other parts of Africa that are also in Luganda … Continue reading An event in African History

5 proverbs in my Vernacular and what they mean

It’s a new week, and am starting to feel bad as we approach the middle of the month meaning that we are soon to miss this blogging challenge. So 11 makes the challenge real because most people taking part don’t … Continue reading 5 proverbs in my Vernacular and what they mean

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

3 things I wish African content creators could avoid

Each day of the Winter African Blogging Challenge has been a learning occasion and I am very certain day 8 is going to be the same that puts me on the pressure to come up with something extraordinary making the … Continue reading 3 things I wish African content creators could avoid

Hospitality from Turkey by Kermundu Martin

It’s Tuesday and am having a guest writer called Kermundu Martin. Let me tell you how this all thing fell together since have been looking for guest writers and in the past have only had one Ugandan, so Zimbabwe is … Continue reading Hospitality from Turkey by Kermundu Martin

5 bloggers in my country

The prompt for day 7 is the hardest so far on my part. I try my best to know bloggers in Uganda and encourage others to blog. Since all have our stories to tell. So the bloggers that are making … Continue reading 5 bloggers in my country

My Class Day 5 Winter ABC

So am posting this a bit late because reading day 4 was an extreme sport, even those that held back gave away too much and provoked thoughts since reading someone for 4 days constantly brings little fractions of them. And … Continue reading My Class Day 5 Winter ABC

Of my favourite local food

I don’t like eating a lot and have tried to see a professional about it, but it’s mostly because most foods have a side effect on me and many other things, an effect I don’t mean gaining extra weight but … Continue reading Of my favourite local food

Introduction and Commitment Pledge

#WinterAbc2020 is a blogging challenge open to all African Bloggers, podcasters, video bloggers, and even photographers and I think I will take part as a blogger but am open to podcast invite give I started one that has only two … Continue reading Introduction and Commitment Pledge

When doubted and discouraged

There are those times we wake up and decide to move on after a period of contemplation to move on from a job or change career, it could be moving on from a bond that could be a long time … Continue reading When doubted and discouraged

Experiment after the lockdown

Am a lover of love, romantic fondness is what am specifically meaning, it’s bold for a man to say that openly because frankly it make me an open book and if someone can read you then in most cases you … Continue reading Experiment after the lockdown

Uganda’s real estate could be a time bomb

I have had numerous conversations about Ugandan’s real estate sector because am a very small player in the field and I have since lost all the desire to grow in the sector. Let me make my case. Anyway, most of … Continue reading Uganda’s real estate could be a time bomb

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 … Continue reading 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 … Continue reading Day 16: Politics vs Religion guests bloggers Zeno Othieno Owora

Religious or Political Views Apartheid

In every blogging challenge, there are days when a writer will be judged for their opinions, sometimes they are not just judged but the readers never come back to read your work if you are so bold, day 16 is … Continue reading Religious or Political Views Apartheid

If I Could Get Any Job In the World, which one and why

Whenever am taking on a prompt for #UgBlogMonth, I look at the case of the given day for a while then stare at my blank page, before I start to type I look at it furthermore then I eliminate ideas … Continue reading If I Could Get Any Job In the World, which one and why

#UGblogmonth Best relationship advice

With today’s prompt, I feel like running, running so far away from it as I can. When faced we as humans are faced with tough situations we either flee or fight. I since have started I will fight. The prompt … Continue reading #UGblogmonth Best relationship advice

NEVER ENDING AFROBLOGGERS CHAIN STORY

A never-ending chain story by the Afrobloggers community It was a time for the planting season to begin and you’d expect everyone to be elated but for the rains. They had come too early… …and far too much. The earth … Continue reading NEVER ENDING AFROBLOGGERS CHAIN STORY

What I do for Self Care #UgblogMonth

Day 6 is when we start giving away those bits that get people speculating things if not judging, blogs take on the original form of personal journals like they were two decades ago. Self-care can mean many things. But let … Continue reading What I do for Self Care #UgblogMonth

A Day In The Lockdown #Day5

Unlike most of you who dread being alone am the opposite, I spend about 70% of the day alone even when I stay with people, at the moment we are four in the house mum, my little brother, and a … Continue reading A Day In The Lockdown #Day5

Lessons from the COVID-19 PANDEMIC #Day4

Day 4 of the #UgBlogMonth, I wonder how far of the 21 days I have covered in terms of percentage performance. And today is about lessons of a crisis we are still experiencing but compared to Italy and New York … Continue reading Lessons from the COVID-19 PANDEMIC #Day4

20 Facts about me Day 2 #UgBlogMonth

When I was running through the topics, when they were posted on the Ugandan Blogging Community day (2), seemed like a real challenge. I was thinking and talk to my self, “you need someone to tell you what they think … Continue reading 20 Facts about me Day 2 #UgBlogMonth

Covid-19 and the future of your job

Now that the International Monetary Fund(IMF) has clearly put out the numbers, everyone’s suspensions about where 2020 is going to be economically wise as the virus that has besieged the entire world have passed. So the IMF predicted that the … Continue reading Covid-19 and the future of your job

The Virus, Supply Chain, Economy and Uganda

Before the World Health Organization called COVID-19 a pandemic and I was still in China slowly spreading to the neighboring countries everybody new the first quarter of 2020 was dead in economic terms because of the shock spirals the virus … Continue reading The Virus, Supply Chain, Economy and Uganda

What do we live for

Who is wise than King Solomon who wrote down these inspired declarations Ecclesiastes 2:11 But when I reflected on all the works that my own hands had done and on all the hard work that I had toiled to accomplish, … Continue reading What do we live for

Feeling Poverty On My Visit to Zombo

When people travel they write nice catching stories about the good time they enjoyed and how breathtaking the placed they visited was. They go ahead to flash photos of their nice hotel rooms, and the swimming pools, the artistic food … Continue reading Feeling Poverty On My Visit to Zombo

A tale about the Restaurant

Today I am telling a story about one of those days, times I spend at a restaurant. Am not sure if am using the right word. In Uganda we tend to use words wrongly but it’s the standard and they … Continue reading A tale about the Restaurant

If Democracy is Outdated.

It’s been a few months since I last put out anything, the world of academia had hijacked me since July, I last had a post here on the 18th of September. This year 2019 I have put out about 47 … Continue reading If Democracy is Outdated.

How special was 2018 to human history

It’s been a while since I penned down something, that line that have become accustomed to as a blogger even when I read other bloggers work, consistence is our problem not our thing, especially those who write for writing, no … Continue reading How special was 2018 to human history

Are the winds of Change blowing over Uganda or just populism

In the recent times we have seen those from outside political establishment shake up history for example in the United States Trump and is make America great chant enabled him systematically kill off seasoned politicians in his rise to the … Continue reading Are the winds of Change blowing over Uganda or just populism

Africa and Secession Possibilities

Its been a while, the other day i had my friends tell me that every one faces a block once in a while, and i told them no am not suffering from one but my day was no longer 24 … Continue reading Africa and Secession Possibilities

Youth Unemployment in Uganda.

Today there are many things happening in the country, the would be pearl of the continent but it more of any ugly stone you could imagine of. The security and peace levels are questionable or debatable depending on which part … Continue reading Youth Unemployment in Uganda.

The Crown prince. Is it a possibility in a modern Uganda

For some time my beer friends have been telling me am wise, i only write about things out of Uganda to avoid trouble or i only write in general terms when i touch on Uganda, one called me a coward … Continue reading The Crown prince. Is it a possibility in a modern Uganda

The Interlacustrine Region and the Geopolitics

Also know as the African great lakes region (Maziwa Makuu)  swahili is the most commoly spoken language in the region can’t leave out that fact with the nature of this particular blog, The Great Lakes of Africa are a series … Continue reading The Interlacustrine Region and the Geopolitics

Millennials are we Synonyms with Adultescents

Millennials this is our time but who are we at least in my eyes. We have entitlement, we are lazy and unwilling to work maybe more victims of an economy and the earth ruined by our parents policies and ideology.  … Continue reading Millennials are we Synonyms with Adultescents