In the strange Commonwealth, it’s English tea please!

This week, the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) is taking place in London. Kind of strange, if you...

Find us a ‘donor’ of common sense and we will make Kampala more livable

Some chaps recently did conduct a survey of cities in East Africa. Guess what? Kampala came out tops, ahead...

This is ‘Makunika’ calling. Do you read?

Probably you don’t remember the word ‘Makunika’. From Morse code to telegrams to fax, to emails, we have come...

Between Busembatia, Hedon and a 24/7 world

The passenger train to Busembatia and beyond used to check out of Kampala Railway Station at exactly 4pm. I...

The art of being a ‘Banana Republic’

The majority of the readers of this column probably never watched Alex Mukulu’s play, “Thirty Years of Bananas”. Through...
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DR. SEJJAAKA IS A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT WHOSE EXPERIENCE AS BOTH A PROFESSOR AND ENTREPRENEUR, HAS GIVEN HIM THE CLARITY NECESSARY TO COMMENT ON SOCIAL ISSUES.

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This is ‘Makunika’ calling. Do you read?

Probably you don’t remember the word ‘Makunika’. From Morse code to telegrams to fax, to emails, we have come a long way. The word ‘Makunika’ is an acronym for Makerere University Kampala. In the days of the telegram, if you…

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