Monthly Archives: May 2015

A POEM: THE MEANING OF OUR NAMES

Sometimes back I was privileged to be among great leaders from East Africa and beyond. These great leaders so inspired me to write this poem using the meaning of our names. Our journey begun in the spirit of MUFURUKI – an immigrant – in our case one who crossed borders in search of a solution […]

UGANDA’S CORRUPTION FIGHT INEFFECTIVE – IT DEALS WITH SYMPTOMS; RARELY WITH ROOT CAUSES

The story in the Sunday Monitor today, 24th May 2015, of the young banker who stole 780 million shillings from Stanbic Bank is an interesting story of corruption. However, like most stories on corruption in Uganda this one too mostly dwelt on the symptoms and not the root causes.The story does not really tell us […]

Going back to our roots

On Saturday, 9th May 2015, I had the opportunity to make a presentation at a TEDx Kiira event at the Serena in Kampala Uganda. This is the full text of my presentation. “The future is today” – theme of this event – fits well with my talk. The essence of my talk is to remind […]