The wisdom tongue of the great antelope keeps whistling in the air while the mighty paws of the sapient lion remain at rest.The fruitless sack of the great oracle keeps dangling in the wilderness yet the wondering mind of the great owl refuses to wonder. No, the gods are not crazy. The gods are just drunk.
This is the story of Africa and this is the story of Uganda. From the archbishop to the
Former president George Bush once referred to Africa as a "country" instead of a "continent". Of course it was a slip of tongue which he immediately corrected. Africa is not a country but a continent of about 55 different countries. Africa is the second largest continent in the world today in terms of land mass and population size.
Some people sometimes underestimate the size of Africa but to
Everybody is an African in one way or the other. Africa is the cradle of mankind. In other words, to be an African has nothing to do with skin color and it has absolutely nothing to do with language. You can find every skin color in Africa and every language you can ever think of, has its roots somewhere in Africa. So in reality, we are all Africans. However, in today's world, the term "African"
The “Animal Farm” by George Orwell was one of my favorite books growing up in Africa. There are so many interesting characters in the Animal farm and I just loved the book. In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, “All Animals are equal, but some are more equal than others”. The world we live in today is just like George Orwell’s Animal Farm. All lives matter, but some matter more than others.
I am an African immigrant living in America and like most of my friends, I heard great things about driving for ridesharing companies like uber and lyft and so I got onboard. I have been driving for both uber and lyft for about 2 years now and I have gathered a ton of experience during this time frame which I would love to share.
There are so many things I wish I knew before becoming a driver
Once again, not everyone can adopt and not everyone should adopt but adopting a child from a third world country and giving that child hope and a better life is one of the greatest gifts you can ever give a poor child. East African countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and those at the horn of Africa such as Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia have very similar adoption