#360Mentor is a continuation of the #40DayMentor series. In this episode, Robert Kabushenga (RK) speaks to Lucy Mbabazi (LM) on a Cashless Africa. RK: Hello Lucy, good to have you on #360Mentor. LM: Thank you Robert. RK: Normally we begin by going into people’’s background, today we shall not. Tell us about the work you were doing with Leo Africa Institute. LM: My work with Leo Africa is one of the most … Continue reading Lucy Mbabazi on A Cashless Africa
#360Mentor is a continuation of the #40DayMentor series. In this episode, Robert Kabushenga (RK) speaks to Danstan Kisuule (DK) & Patrick Ayota (PA) on Earning & Saving . RK: Today, we are delighted to be joined by Danstan Kisuule and Patrick Ayota. Danstan is the head of YSAVE and Patrick is the deputy MD at NSSF. Welcome gentlemen to #360Mentor. We are going to be talking about earnings & savings. … Continue reading Danstan Kisuule on Earning & Saving
#360Mentor is a continuation of the #40DayMentor series. In this episode, Robert Kabushenga (RK) speaks to Aweko Faith (AF) on Social Entrepreneurship. Aweko Faith on Social Entrepreneurship RK: Were you born? Where were you born? What was your childhood like? AF: An Alur by tribe from Nebbi but I was born and grew up in Naguru Go Down. RK: What was life like? AF: I grew up in an extended … Continue reading Aweko Faith on Social Entrepreneurship
In the 42 days of lockdown, Robert Kabushenga (RK) is taking off time to run a daily mentorship program called #40DayMentor hosted on his Twitter spaces. In this episode he hosts Solome Basuuta (SB) to talk on Pursuing your Passion. RK: Talk to us. People almost ate me to pieces when I said I was your brother. They said I was “tying myself on people”. That the resemblance is not … Continue reading Solome Basuuta on Pursuing your Passion
They are the beautiful pieces of the COVID19 Pandemic. Making us laugh and keep track of time both of our waking and sleeping. They are the mirrors of this thing called the new normal. We have pulled out our round cameras to take those rectangular frames. And how we love them! We were grounded at home and we had to learn living at home. Staying … Continue reading This Point in Time
To err is human. That is one thing we cannot take away from ourselves. We set rules for ourselves and break them at a breakneck speed. It is human. It is natural. Trouble begins when we live in denial. The denial that can alter the way of living. That in our living close to righteousness, we are prone to err. Take for example the way … Continue reading What Are You Doing With The Literacy You Have?
Since the coming of the colonialists, local languages have been disadvantaged. Local languages were made insignificant and inferior as it was prestigious to learn the colonialist’s language. This was the case in almost all countries that were colonised. Those that did not go to school looked inferior to those that did. This kind of situation began in the pre-colonial era and was upheld in the … Continue reading THE PLACE OF RESEARCH IN LITERACY
Sometimes we get used to doing the wrong things and somehow it becomes like the right way of getting things done. Twenty two years ago, the government introduced the Universal Primary Education (UPE), a big project whose objective was to have every child accorded an opportunity of attaining primary school education. Ten years later in 2007, the same government rolled out the Universal Secondary Education … Continue reading How literate are we with our languages?
We all wish to live a good life only that seldom we know how! So many things are in our heads that we do not have a break-off session to think through the things we want. In the end, we move about carrying baggage in our heads. It becomes so heavy leading to a lot of things. We become stressed, disillusioned and worn out of … Continue reading Have a Good Life
Beloved, Here rests yet another Whose life briefly trended The short impact reached and touched many at heart Raised a number of issues And as well helped bring to life quietened accounts We are gathered here because of the late Who brought us together to talk about this topic Through whom our hearts revealed how affected we are by silence Our sheltered vast wisdom came … Continue reading The limbo of hashtags