The week started on a rather disturbing note. A video of Chinese nationals suspected to be having the Coronavirus here in Uganda made rounds. So news of the Coronavirus allegedly reaching Uganda went wild and for a while couldn’t be quelled. A one Gillian Nantume, a reporter with NTV made things worse. NTV reported thus:… Continue reading No, Uganda doesn’t have any Corona Virus cases yet
When most people visit Moroto, a small town built along with the vast ranges of Mountain Moroto, they can’t help but fall in love with it. It is one of the few places in Africa that offers the best of both worlds: The rich authentic culture of yesterday’s Africa and, the pleasures that come with… Continue reading Life on the Moroto streets
If looks are anything to go by, one would be forgiven for omitting a visit to the Karamoja museum off their itinerary. There is nothing fancy about this facility which sits at the foot of Mountain Moroto, Singila village in Katikikile Sub County. Considering its construction was spearheaded by the French Embassy, a party well… Continue reading THE GREAT KARAMOJA MUSEUM.
Like most corners of Uganda, the time factor and modernization have over the years impacted a lot of change in Packwach, a cosmopolitan peninsular zone in West Nile mainly dominated by the Jo Nam tribe and Alur tribes. From its once solitary hills and valley that are now jammed like an Internally Displaced Peoples camp-to… Continue reading Timeless Huts of West Nile