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

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 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

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

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

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 … Continue reading Becoming Musanjufu Benjamin Kavubu a Biographical piece

#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

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

My 5 Favorite books and Why

On June 20th of 2019 in another blogging challenge, I did a blog about todays. My favorite books have not changed despite the many books that have accumulated on my books app, I don’t like audiobooks, they just don’t sink … Continue reading My 5 Favorite books and Why

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

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