Category Archives: PARABLES

Violence Breeds Violence

David Alithum is a Form Three student. He is an introvert. He rarely makes friendship with people. He only forms clichés with few students who are also very much like him in attitude and behaviour. Students and even teachers do … Continue reading

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Adventures of a Campuser

John Komakech is a son of a fallen soldier who lost his life in Northern conflict over ten years ago. Besides the little the compensation money the family received from the government the only source of income for the family … Continue reading

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God, Please let me live my life

Dominic is an ambitious young man. He “belongs” to the modern world that was the irony in his name, ‘Dominic’ meaning ‘belong to the Lord’. His parents too were ambitious people who instilled in his mind a desire to excel. … Continue reading

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Sexual Network

Andrew was a studious, pleasant and a happy boy in an outstanding Christian school. After his excellent results at Advanced Level studies he went to Makarere on government sponsorship. He was brought up well by good Christian parents. He always … Continue reading

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GIRL CHILD: Rising above vulnerability

Francesca always dreamt of being a nurse. It was her childhood dream. As a child she used to play a nurse with a toy stethoscope made of strings and bottle caps. She too was endowed with humane qualities such as … Continue reading

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PORNOGRAPHY: Defiling Young Minds

Matia Senfuka was a hyper-active boy from his early childhood. He was curious about everything, whether they are things of study, intellect, electronic gadgets or anything that he got hold of. His family is known for friendly atmosphere and entertaining … Continue reading

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A Precarious Adolescent in a Polygamous Family

Rose Nansubuga (not real names) was a happy girl doing her primary education in a semi-urban school in Masaka district. As she was completing her Primary School she was known for her cheerful character and being a friend to everyone. … Continue reading

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PEER PRESSURE: An Obstacle in Teenage Growth

Henry Kalule (not real names) hailed from an upper middle class family. His parents were well-educated and worked in different ministries of the government. They were ambitious and wanted their three children to be professionals in the future. They drilled … Continue reading

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Part Time Teachers Sires Part Time Learners

Brain Kiwalabye has been a teacher all his life. His students fondly call him “Master Hurry”. He is called so not only because he is time conscious but he has to be present in many schools in a day and … Continue reading

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PARENTING: A Test of Love and Sacrifice

George and Pricilla (not real names) were parents of two children—Jose, four years old and Anita, seven years old. George and Pricilla were budding professionals in multinational companies. They were earning handsome salaries and were very ambitious to claim the … Continue reading

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