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Prime minister of Ethiopia: Hailemariam Desalegn

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President Museveni’s Tribute To Fidel Castro

President Museveni Meeting With Cuba’s Fidel Castro

Uganda, Africa and the world have lost a very honourable, loyal and reliable friend/comrade in Fidel Castro.As a leader of the July 26th Movement, he redefined Africa’s path to self rule and eventual independence in the 1960s and 70s by supporting our liberation movements.He fervently fought imperialism and provided direction and counsel to majority of liberation movements on the African continent. Fidel Castro was a friend, brother and leader. My sincere condolences to the people of the Republic of Cuba.May his soul rest in peace

African Proverb

African Proverb: “A child’s fingers are not scalded by a piece of hot yam which its mother puts into its palm”

MEANING: A mother often has the responsibility to teach her child some of the hard, ugly aspects of life without having the child experience them (touch and get burned). And, literally, she would not have her child hold a hot potato (a yam). But in order for the child to not get “burned” in the future, the mother must let the child see or, at least, tell the child of potentially harmful scenarios. In other words, she must place the yam in the child’s hand. A loving and protective mother can’t be overly protective if that child is going to grow into an independent, self-confident adult. Preparedness is the key.