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By Julie Mulongo It's the 213th day since it hit my country, a country I fled to a few years ago in search of greener pastures. Just when everything started feeling right, you know 'foreign dishes tastes homely, foreign language turns familiar, strange crowds feel accommodating,...

Brutality Clothed as Power By Lydia Limbe Have you noticed how there’s a vicious battle of ideas lately? The existence of different ideology, beliefs and thoughts are not new, but what is glaring at the moment is how intolerance is a deeply rooted way of being for global...

THE GREATEST PROBLEM, IS INDEED THE SILENCE OF THE GOOD PEOPLE By Gabriel Dinda My wife, Verah, told me about a friend of hers who, relating to an excerpt from her book, ‘Diary of the Miaha’, posted about her skepticism on being loved and how she...