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5th July 2017 - Reminiscing about usual things

I have been on, for me, an interesting trip writing the last fortnight’s two columns: in effect trying to preach to the perhaps never-converted, regarding the popular subject of changing Presidential age limits.

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29th July 2017 - Why what we say matters

In the same way ants go about their business of constructing the way their nations stay alive, same for the honey bees, so it is to be fervently hoped, do we top-of-the-line humans.

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22nd July 2017 - We should not change age limit

There comes a time in people’s lives when stands must be taken with the utmost seriousness. So it is with Ugandans today.

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15th July 2017 - Was it always just the money?

After many months of behind the scenes to-and-fro arguments, it now looks as if the Bank of Uganda and the owner of what was the Crane Bank have now reached the Endgame.

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8th July 2017 - Bobi Wine victory holds lessons

Today’s title is as obvious as pronouncing: “The Sun rises in the East and sets in the West!” Your columnist, no scientist, opened the Computer to see if in fact this quote was accurate.

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1st July 2017 - President Trump and banana peel

I caught myself watching with fascinated horror as President Trump’s cabinet, one by one paid homage to what they perceived as his greatness, as a roving camera moved where they sat at the cabinet table.

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24th June 2017 - Hunt a landowner for lunch!

There’s a new game in town: get your hunting gun (or spears will do!) and go hunting for meat for lunch.

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17th June 2017 - Let not Japanese machinery rust!

Rusting would be the least of it, if what has always happened to machinery from other countries is not stopped this time, right from the very beginning.

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10th June 2017 - Corrupt should more than lose jobs

I was very glad to hear from the President’s State of the Nation Address that corrupt people in Uganda should, when found guilty, immediately lose their Government jobs.

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3rd June 2017 - Uganda cricket kicks bucket

Actually it wasn’t really Uganda Cricket that kicked its bucket, but the team it sent to do a man’s job.

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27th May 2017 - UK stands up to be counted

UK stands for Manchester (which is too long for the title space here), the northwestern city hit by a 23-year bomber whose bomb killed 22 and wounded 59 on Monday night.

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20th May 2017 - Earth Patterns Randomly Cast

Words, in their meanings and even in their sounds, hold an endless fascination for me. I would grab any chance with both hands to dilly dally amongst shoals of them on a daily basis.

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13th May 2017 - Trump sign of things to follow

US President D J Trump surely cannot be entirely for nothing! But what’s he for? Put that way, a whole new ball game emerges.

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6th May 2017 - US President loses word battle

Losing the capacity to distinguish between the exact meanings of words must be one of the worst misfortunes to humans.

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22nd April 2017 - Post may shock by premier May

On Tuesday 18 April (by coincidence exactly one week before my 79th birthday!) the United Kingdom shook to the almost totally unexpected news that British Premier Teresa May was calling for a 4th of June General Election.

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