Goodbye message to Coucil 2012/13. Thank you guys for the support and trust


It hurts to say goodbye as the last word,
Though it is a word commonly used in this world,
It is a word that rotates around us, as if so round,
And whoever says it leaves others sad.

It makes us feel weak, and on nothing can anyone build,
Whenever it is said, it does not live around any kind of shield,
And the world just seems to be like a grain less field,
Where no one can ever get a proper yield.

But sadly to you all, I would like to say goodbye,
And in all that I have said, there is no single lie,
I am sorry, if I have left you with hopes so dry,
Goodbye to you all, but just promise me that you will not cry!

Lubowa Hood
The Ex Students’ Coucil Chairman

Kibuli S.S@68:Is It still the Mini-Harvard of Uganda? What happened to being the best in Sciences and Sports?

Originally posted on Abbey Kibirige Semuwemba:

We Thank the Newvision for publishing the photos of Kibuli.S.S @68 and it’s nice to see my friend and former H/M,Hajji Kawaase still in shape. He has kept a smile on his face from the time i got to know him up to now. He is such a good man who had a lot of influence on a lot of people who are now important.I will spare you the ugly details but he is arguably the most respected former H/M in Uganda at the moment.

I didn’t attend this event though i was informed about it in advance. As you know, Kibuli S.S. is in my blood and I was there in spirit with those that attended. I have seen a few oldies I know in the photos including Dr.Badru Kiggundu of the EC. May be, we should wait for the next one inishallah as the stage is…

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Originally posted on dusabepeter:

Back in 2008 during my first year in high school I had a friend called Davis. He was my very good friend and we shared alot together as friends especially concerning spirituality and what we believed was our part to play in building the church- the body of Christ. Then came a time when Davis was going through a rather turbulent time in his life and I could easily read it on his face each day he walked into our S5 classroom. This would also negatively affect his academics.

As a loyal friend, I resorted to writing short encouraging messages on small pieces of paper which I would forward to Davis. Within a couple of days, I noticed a change in the way Davis expressed himself. It was positive this time, and this was affirmed by the words that my very good friend later said to me. “Why don’t you…

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Originally posted on dusabepeter:

We live in a world where people in different societies take caution for what happens around them. There are some parents that I have had chance to observe raise their children in a way that causes one to wonder what kind of people these are and from which planet they emanate. They hold their children “hostage” within the confines of their houses and compounds hindering them from playing with other children that may be of a lower economic class fearing that their own children may part with strange diseases during their interaction with their unfortunate counterparts.

The word contagious is normally used to refer to those diseases that can be transmitted from one person to another such as Influenza, cough, ebola, etc. Some of these are transmitted through air and others through bodily contact. Either way they are contagious. Before I delve much deeper into this article, I need to…

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Owino market catches fire

Owino market catches fire

Originally posted on Ugandans-At-Heart:

Mulwana passes onSarah Mulwana has on Tuesday, 15 January 2013 announced the passing on of James Senkali Mulwana which occurred at Nakasero Hospital in Kampala.Mulwana will be buried, Wednesday, 17 January at Masiriba along Hoima road at 2pm.”MAY THE GOOD LORD WHO GAVE UGANDA THE GIFT OF JAMES SENKALI MULWANA GIVE HIM THE MUCH DESERVED ETERNAL PEACE”. AMEN.

James Senkali Mulwana had a big heart for St. Mary’s College Kisubi. At the time when the College was preparing the celebration of its centenary, Mr. Mulwana was approached by Dr. Simon Kagugube the then President of tho Old Boys’ Association (SMACKOBA). Mr. Mulwana allowed the fundraising committee for the centenary to use UMA Exhibition Hall free of charge at the time, the Hall was being hired at shs 3.5m and on top of that, he made a personal donation of shs 1 million in cash. The fundraising function at which the Centenary Magazine…

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Originally posted on theCHIVE:

I just know he’d freak out if he finally saw me up on the chive and realize what he’s missing out on?

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On Roe v. Wade anniversary, a letter to one fighting for choice

Once homeless, Kyrsten Sinema now a congresswoman

Friendly Service At Its Finest: Hyatt Place Atlanta Downtown

Originally posted on Bucket List Publications:

“Welcome back, Ms. Carter,” was the greeting I heard as I walked through the door at theHyatt Place Atlanta hotel. Welcoming smiles, personal attentiveness, and attention to detail make Hyatt Place Atlanta our return accommodations when we are downtown Atlanta, Georgia.

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