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Too much sex: The good and the bad

Love is the best

INSIDE THE BEEHIVE I’m not a sex expert and I don’t have the moral authority to lecture you on sex. But as an adult there is a thing or two that I can share with you about sex. An ambitious young couple went to a sex counselor and asked him …

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‘I am under pressure’

INSPIRATION WITH SEKKA BAGENDA Who told you that men of action do not worry? I one time feared so much and thought someone would come for me because I had written to open someone’s eyes. If you left the comfortzone, there, in the leafy suburb, and you said you would work …

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Dance meant music, and music took over

Tony Trust

Tony Trust is a discovered talent who decided to transform from dance to music. It is evident that this start of his music career seems to be promising. Tony Kisubi, a.k.a Tony Trust, is a young breakthrough in the music industry. He started his career as video dancer; he has …

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Lillian starts avoiding Walter 

LITERARY SERIES BY DR. ASHRAF SSEMWOGERERE LILLIAN EPISODE 3   In the last episode, we left Lillian when she had abandoned her Albiino baby with Doloka, the traditional birth attendant. She went to break the false news to Walter that she had a miscarriage but on her surprise, Walter’s grandmother …

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Taming your bad neighbours

INSIDE THE BEEHIVE The Bible emphasizes that love your neighbor the way you love yourself. Unfortunately the bible is not aware that I have a monster and not a neighbor. My neighbor has to be sued and not loved. May be the bible meant something else in the word ‘neighbor’ …

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‘It is make or break for us’

INSPIRATION   Empires are crumbling. Employers are busy sending workers home. No work! There is worry everywhere.Somethingbizarre is happening in our world. We knew Donald Trump wouldnot harden his neck forever. But, remember, he is good at pretending. Any time he may show you that he is with you. You …

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Understanding Traditional Ugandan Music Part II

Runyege dance from Bunyoro

Eastern Uganda Bigwala is the traditional music of the Basoga of Eastern Uganda. It is mainly performed during royal celebrations such as coronations and funerals and more recently on social occasions like weddings. Bigwala is performed by a set of five or more single-tone gourd trumpets, blown in unison to …

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My Albino Baby

LITERARY SERIES BY DR. ASHRAF SSEMWOGERERE LILLIAN EPISODE 2. Funs last week I left you all yearning for more of Lillian’s story. But I have to tell u again that that is my style and it makes me happy and look for more stories. Otherwise thanks for your likes and …

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Taming your bad neighbours

Bewitch them

Inside the Beehive   The Bible emphasizes that love your neighbor the way you love yourself. Unfortunately the bible is not aware that I have a monster and not a neighbor. My neighbor has to be sued and not loved. May be the bible meant something else in the word …

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Lillian shares her story

LITERARY SERIES BY DR. ASHRAF SSEMWOGERERE LILLIAN EPISODE 1.   Lillian was very smart girl in he time, driving the latest big Prado model. She was from a well-to-do family, and she didn’t look her age. You could think she was in her late thirties or early 40s. Her smile …

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