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    I don’t knw wats wrong with people. .if aman becomes rich dats AGAY. …
    And a woman she has slept with almost every rich man in town.WHY dnt yhu believe dat GOD cn change some one frm nothing to somthin.


    One day loneliness will kill me, No one understands me…no one listens to me.



    Marriage is the only school where you get the Certificate before you start.

    It’s also a school where you will never graduate.

    It’s a school without a break or a free period.

    It’s a school where no one is allowed to drop out.

    It’s a school you will have to attend every day of your life.

    It’s a school where there is no sick leave or holidays.

    It’s a school founded by God:

    1.On the foundation of love.

    2.The walls are made out of trust.

    3.The door made out of acceptance.

    4.The windows made out of understanding

    5.The furniture made out of blessings

    6.The roof made out of faith.

    Be reminded that you are just a student not the principal.

    God is the only Principal.

    Even in times of storms, don’t be unwise and run outside.

    Keep in mind that, this school is the safest place to be.

    Never go to sleep before completing your
    assignments for the day.

    Never forget the C-word…Communicate.

    Communicate with your classmate and with the Principal.

    If you find out something in your classmate (spouse) that you do not appreciate,

    Remember your classmate is also just a student not a graduate,

    God is not finished with him/her yet.

    So take it as a challenge and work on it together.

    Do not forget to study the Holy Book (the main textbook of this school).

    Start each day with a sacred assembly and end it the same way.

    Sometimes you will feel like not attending classes, yet you have to.

    When tempted to quit find courage and continue.

    Some tests and exams may be tough but remember,

    the Principal knows how much you can bear and yet

    it’s a school better than any other.

    It’s one of the best schools on earth;

    joy, peace and happiness accompany each lesson of the day.

    Different subjects are offered in this school, yet love is the major subject.

    After all the years of theorizing about it, now you have a chance to practice it.

    To be loved is a good thing, but to love is the greatest privilege of them all.

    Marriage is a place of love, so love your spouse.
    More grace from God.


    List of directors in the Uganda Police Force

    1. Kalekyezi Kayihura – Uganda Police Chief

    2. Erasmus Twarukuhwa – Director of Human rights
    3. Asuman Mugenyi – Chief Political Commissar
    4. Godfrey Bangirana – Director Logistics and Engineering
    5. Dr. Byaruhanga – Director of health services
    6. Joseph Mugisha – Director Fire prevention
    7. Stephen Kasiima – Director Traffic and road safety
    8. Asan Kasingye – Director INTERPOL
    9. Elly Womanya – Deputy Director INTERPOL
    10. Twinomujuni – Director of Parliamentary Police
    11. Laban Muhebwa – Chairman Exodus SACCO
    12. Mutabingwa Moses – In-charge Corruption Alert Squad
    13. Jimmy Katonyerera – Head Professional Standard Unit
    14. Amosi Ngabirano – Director ICT
    15. Charles Kataratambi – Commandant Special Investigations
    16. Charles Asaba and now Joel Aguma – D/CIID Intelligence
    17. Charles Birungi – Director Welfare
    18. Abasi Byakagaba – Director Oil and Gas Protection
    19. Grace Turyagumanawe – Commissioner Peace Support Opns
    20. Mbarusha Tumwine – Director of Studies Masindi Trg Sch
    21. Herman Owomugisha and now Herbert Muhangi – Head Flying Squad
    22. John Ndugutse – Head Anti-terrorism
    23. Julius Mbaranye – Head Land Protection Unit
    24. Nixon Agasibwe – Violent Crime Intelligence Unit
    25. Kituma Rusoke – Head Law Enforcement KCCA
    27. Antony Ntungwa – VIPPU Deputy/Commandant
    28. Apollo Kyangungu – RPC Wakiso
    29. Hilary Kulaije – RPC Rwizi
    30. Apollo Kateba – RPC Jinja
    31. James Ruhweza – RPC Sipi
    32. Bob Kagarura, then George Abaho and now J. Barozi – DPC Kasese
    33. Rutagira John – DPC Bushenyi
    34. Julius Ahimbisibwe – DPC Mbigi
    35. Mugisha Charles – DPC Jinja Road
    36. Tukundane Abraham – DPC Mukono
    37. Ceaser Tusingwire – DPC Adjuman
    38. Mucunguzi Jackson – DPC Wandegeya
    39. Godfrey Kahebwa – DPC Kabarole
    40. Ezra Tugume – DPC Lira
    41. Husein Nuwagaba – DPC Ntungamo
    42. Didas Byaruhanga – DPC Gomba
    43. Jaffer Mugyenzi – DPC Mbarara
    44. Vincent Mwesigye – DPC Iganga
    45. Benard Akankwasa – DPC Hoima
    46. Mworozi Byaruhanga – DPC Kiruhura
    47. Jonathan Musinguzi – DPC Jinja
    48. Charles Mugisha – DPC Jinja Road
    49. Agrey Twesigye – DPC Bukomanzimbi
    50. Karen Namara – DPC Kawolo
    51. *Julius Ceaser* – DPC Wandegeya
    52. *Kyaligonza Edward* – DPC Nakasongola
    53. *Tumwesigye Francis* – DPC Rakai
    54. *Godfrey Ninsima* – DPC Luwero
    55. *Kamugisha Denis* – DPC Nakaseke
    56. *Wesley Nganizi* – RPC Kampala North
    57. *Tusiime Allan* – CIID Mubende
    58. *Norman Musinga* – Traffic Kampala
    59. *Nasular Kamugisha* – CIID Kabalagala
    60. *Emmy Mugisha* – Traffic Entebbe Road
    61. *Joseph Nsabimana* – O.C Station Nateete
    62. *Dorcus Bainomugisha* – ” ” Kawempe
    63. *Benon Ayebare* – CIID Katwe
    64. *Nimanya Godson* – CIID Pader
    65. *Mugumya Henry* – CIID Mukono
    66. *Karinkizi Gumisiriza* – Regional CIID Rwizi
    67. *Mwesigwa nesmus* – CIID Mbale
    68. *Erias Bairuka* – CIID Luwero
    69. *Mbabazi Zakaria* – CIID Hoima
    70. *Akankwasa Alfred* – CIID Malaba
    71. *Mubangizi Innocent* – CIIDKyankwanzi
    72. *Uwera Ester* – CIID Wandegeya
    73. *Betubiza Fabio* – Traffic Masaka
    74. *Ahimbisibwe Fred* – Field Opns Kasangati
    75. *Mugisha* – O.C Katanga
    76. *Baguma Julliet* – CIID Njeru
    77. *Magezi Raphael* – O.C Station Mbarara*
    78. *Natukunda Rose* – CIID Mpigi
    78. *Jack Mucunguzi* – O.C Makerere
    79. *Kuzaara Robert* – O.C Kiira Division


    JUST ASKING!!!!!!!

    Museveni u are a disappointment.

    The very day Makerere University opened in 1921, there was a strike
    Baganda Chiefs who had got free mailo lands in the 1900 Buganda Agreement around Wandegeya hill, Nakulabye, Makerere and Mulago hills were ordered to give out their land to the colonialists to construct Makerere college.Strikes ensued but the Bataka/Baganda chiefs were overpowered & MUK came into existence

    Violent Strikes resumed in 1928 and later early 1940’s as Buganda Katikirro Martin Luther Nsibirwa using his influence in the Buganda Lukiiko threw out the remaining landlords from Makerere hill to have Makerere college expand into Makerere University. The landlords were overpowered amidst violent strikes.

    The landlords and chiefs conspired and killed Nsibirwa in broad day light as he entered Namirembe Cathedral for prayers in 1942.

    Even the student community kept striking over marginalisation of blacks by whites. The most violent strike was in 1952 led by a 2nd year student Apollo Milton Obote (who became Uganda’s Prime Minister 10 years later at independence).

    Obote protested against whites being served good food as blacks the owners of the country were fed on bad food & sometimes starved.

    One Muganda Chief who lost his land in 1920’s lamented that Makerere will never be peaceful.

    When will strikes at MUK end??????? For those who are blaming Mzee for causing strikes u should calm down.