Posts by: Gregg Tendwa

Celebrating 72 years of mzee Joachim Kiio

Celebrating 72 years of mzee Joachim Kiio

Peoples. Today, my father turns 72 years. I…
Remembering Uganda pre-Covid19

Remembering Uganda pre-Covid19

Peoples. A time like this a year ago,…
Decolonizing the plate with cassava

Decolonizing the plate with cassava

Peoples. I am a cassava farmer. I might…

Unsung heroes: Gitobu Imanyara

Yesterday I visited Gitobu Imanyara to find some…
presidential directive to cushion the creative industries – the facts

presidential directive to cushion the creative industries – the facts

The Sports Arts, Culture and Social Development was set with money collected from 20% betting tax.
covid19 & persons with disabilities

covid19 & persons with disabilities

“Let’s not even go far. Our supermarket are not disability friendly. While everyone rush to stock food so they can stay indoor, people living with disabilities can’t reach essentials on top shelves” George Barasa
covid-19 & 1% club

covid-19 & 1% club

Staying home on lock down is like house arrest in not so many words, a state of emergency that will allow the 1% to pump all the fear they want while it lasts. The 1% club will slowly roll out a system that befits their interest, one that won’t change much after the pandemic is gone and for those that remain.
Ndingi Mwana a’ Nzeki

Ndingi Mwana a’ Nzeki

In one of his sermons, he declared that “any politician sponsoring ethnic killings would never be given a platform in any of his churches”. At the height of the government crackdown on human right activists in 1993, he helped to smuggle environmentalist Wangari Maathai to safety.