The amount of time spent staring at the digital devices like phones, tablets, computers and TV has greatly increased as kids have also started getting phones and use them in their daily life which after some time becomes their part of life.
Amb. Chrispus Kiyonga, presented his credentials to President Xi Jinping on 13th September 2017 as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Uganda to the People’s Republic of China.
During the ceremony that took place at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, President Xi Jinping welcomed Amb. Kiyonga to China and conveyed sincere greetings to President Yoweri Museveni. He noted that the relationship between the two countries has grown from strength to strength and will continue to make further progress with the contribution of Amb. Kiyonga.
President Xi Jinping observed that the appointment of Amb. Kiyonga who is a senior and experienced person which demonstrated the importance President Museveni and the Government of Uganda attach to the relationship with China. The President pledged that his Government would give Amb. Kiyonga every help to ensure success of his mission.
Amb. Kiyonga conveyed warm greetings from H.E. President Yoweri…
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‘When anyone offers a grain offering to the Lord, his offering shall be of fine flour. And he shall pour oil on it, and put frankincense on it.
The grain offering in the Old Testament speaks of Jesus’ sacrifice, and oil in the Bible speaks of the anointing of the Holy Spirit. Continue reading Release The Anointing Into Your Situation
Boxing’s “greatest of all time” is being remembered by celebrity fans and friends. He was 74. The three-time heavyweight champion died at the Phoenix-area hospital he had spent the past few days being treated for respiratory complications. Hollywood A-listers and sports stars expressed their condolences on social media with many of them posting well-known photos…
A blood test is one of the least invasive ways for doctors to get a peek inside the body. But when it comes to cancer, blood isn’t exactly a reliable source of information. While tumors do shed fragments into the blood, they’re rare and hard to find, so until now, the best way for doctors…
You may fool all the people some time, you can even fool some of the people all the time. But you can not fool all the people all the time.
KCCA marks its fifth year at the helm of City management this coming April 2016. We look back to the past years with gratefulness and are humbled to see the big strides made in the transformation of this City. Continue reading PRESS STATEMENT KCCA @ 5
…Jesus, having become High Priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek.
Jesus is our High Priest forever. This “forever” aspect changes the way we are blessed and how we receive our blessings from God. As our High Priest, Jesus represents us before God. Since His priesthood is after the order of Melchizedek, which is one of righteousness, His righteousness becomes our righteousness forever. This means that we are forever righteous in God’s eyes!
And because He will never die, but continue as our High Priest forever, we have an everlasting righteousness, not merely a here-today-gone-tomorrow righteousness based on our works. No, we have a perpetual and everlasting righteousness because Jesus is our High Priest forever.
This also means that blessings are perpetually on your head because the Bible says that blessings are on the head of the righteous (Proverbs 10:6), and you are righteous forever! Continue reading Jesus’ High Priesthood Is Forever
On his website, Mohammed Dewji wrote, “I have been blessed and I am very proud of the success of my company, MeTL, but with this success and the subsequent wealth comes responsibility. God blesses some people with wealth and it is the duty of these people to redistribute this wealth to less fortunate people and contribute to humanity. I have great pride in being able to say through both MeTL and the Mo Dewji Foundation, we are achieving this. I believe in putting money back into my country first and foremost. Tanzania is where I make my money, it is my home and Tanzanians are my people and therefore my priority.” It speaks volumes about what kind of man Dewji is, yet it still is just a tip of the iceberg. Continue reading How Immigrant Turned Himself Into Tanzania’s Richest Man
Pastors cannot be turned into villains for rightly putting their hand where they put their labor.
Shepherding is a calling but it is also a job. Is it strange that when I pray for my people to get successful, they bless me in turn.
The long lasting Raga, Reggae and dancehall icon, the king-sized Bebe Cool is at it again – at war, that is. And this time he has a bone to pick with the one and only ever East African BET Award Winner, the illustrious sitya-loss superstar, Eddy Kenzo.
It has been some months since the last serious collision between artistes but like they say, old habits die hard; it’s here again and it’s like another clash of the titans.
The exact cause of the fight, this time, is hard to put your hands on but it’s all wrapped in the fact that these are two “giants” – They mark their territories and just can’t stay together – at least not amicably.
It’s a rich rivalry drawing momentum from the clout each man has attained in family, wealth and influence. Apart from the Muslim faith they share, everything else is something is to fight about. This is what, in Uganda, is called beef. Continue reading The Rationale of Beef In Uganda’s Music Industry
According to Forbes Magazine, he is the wealthiest individual in Uganda and the East African Community and he does admit to owning at least a quarter of the buildings in Kampala’s Central Business District. In November 2013, he was reported to be the 24th wealthiest individual in Africa. But as of February 2015, Forbes magazine reckons him a prestigious 1638th billionaire of the World’s richest men, with an estimated net worth of US$1.12 billion.
Forbes talks of Ruparelia as one of Uganda’s largest property owners through his Ruparelia Group which he chairs, being the majority shareholder in the companies of the group.
His status today is, in fact, worlds apart from the days when he lived in a refugee camp and made a living driving a taxicab on the streets of London.