By Ian Ortega
1. “I do not believe any more in the marriage institution. The marriage institution for the progress of the mind is evil. I learned that from prison. Why do people marry? Is it to be together? Is it to have children? People marry because they are jealous. People marry because they are possessive. People marry because they are selfish. All this comes to the very ugly fact that people want to own and control other people’s bodies. I think the mind of human beings should develop to the point where that jealous feelings should be completely eradicated.”
2. “I don’t treat women as objects to be used. I just don’t agree to possess a woman.”
3. “A radical is he who has no sense…fights without reason…I have a reason. I am authentic. Yes, that’s what I am.”
4. “To think how many Africans suffer in oblivion. That makes me sad… Despite my sadness, I create joyful rhythms… I am an artist… I want people to be happy and I can do it by playing happy music. And through happy music I tell them about the sadness of others… So really I am using my music as a weapon.”
5. “Look, we’re very backward. The African continent is degenerating into what I call the era of second slavery. And it’s caused by a conspiracy of Western Governments on one side and illegal African Governments on the other side, operating without a constitution. My Government is like that, a military Government that runs the country by decree.”
6. “Now, there is a lot of violence between the armed forces, the police and the citizens. If I became president now I would immediately pass a law that makes every citizen a policeman or a soldier. Today’s society has so many laws and so many institutions, but Africa needs a different approach before it can develop as a continent.”
7. “…I can’t f**k without grass, man. If you f**k with grass once, you won’t want to f**k without grass anymore. It would be a useless exercise,…That’s why I started smoking grass o.”
8. “Sex is a gift of nature. Why do men make laws to check it? A law telling you where to f**k and another telling you when to f**k.”
9. “…man is here against his will. Where do we come from? What was before us?…when you think you die, you’re not dead. Its a transition.”
10. “I don’t tell lies against anybody. That’s why I always win all my wars.”
11. “Privatization in Nigeria is selling the Government to individuals. And with the debt equity swap, the World Bank is ruining my country with what it owns; it means my country is on the market. I’ve never seen that before, historically. It’s happening in Nigeria, Ghana, and these leaders accept this arrangement. Which makes me feel that they are agents for the Western system: they do everything, they have the guns to persecute, and people become poorer and poorer, which is making life difficult for Africans.” “That’s why I use politics in my music. That’s the only way a wider audience will get acquainted with the important issues. It makes sense culturally as well. In Africa, we don’t sing really about love. We sing about happenings. That’s the tradition: there are no love songs like ‘Darling, Kiss Me.” “It just shows how low the mentality of my country’s leaders was. I thought they had developed a little bit of sense.”
12. “A Nigerian senator just told me : “If even only 5000 Nigerians started imitating Fela, it would soon be very chaotic here !” “Fela : No, it would be a revolution!”
13. “To be spiritual is not by praying and going to church. Spiritualism is the understanding of the universe so that it can be a better place to live in.”
14. “I want peace. Happiness. Not only for myself. For everybody.”
15. “Bleaching of the body to look lighter is immoral.”
StarTimes to give out 23,000,000ugx in first ever obstacle course competition
StarTimes has today launched Uganda’s first ever obstacle course challenge competition. Today in press conference at Arirang restaurant, the Pay-TV service operator reaffirmed it’s commitment to providing subscribers with the best of compelling content.
The competition dubbed Hisense Challengers Uganda is a sports entertainment competition show which will be held at Mandela National Stadium. It will feature hundreds of competitors attempting to complete a series of obstacle courses of increasing difficulty for a cash prize of $6000, about 23,000,000ugx.
Each competitor is expected to overcome various physical obstacles in form of stepping stones, rope climbing, balancing bridge, bowling, sack racing and a lot more. The winners innthe group stages will automatically qualify for the finals. Being the first sports entertainment competition program in Uganda for both sexes, StarTimes seeks to provide fair platform to let all participate on common ground for the ultimate prize. The competition will be premiered on the StarTimes sports channel in July.
To participate, one must download the StarTimes Mobile App click on the challengers Uganda banner post and follow prompt to register from May 2th.
StarTimes is the leading digital TV operator in Africa serving nearly 20 million users with signal covering the entire Continent and a massive distribution network of 200 brand halls, 3000 convenience stores and 5,000 distributers
Pointed Nipple Trend Back in Ugandan Fashion
By Staff Writer
We had the cleavage era, we had the pantyless era, we are glad to announce that the Pointed Nipple era is back and trending.
Speaking to people, it is time for ladies to give their nipples some space. It is time to let go of the bra and empower the boob.
So just in case you see ladies walk by with pointed nipples, don’t over stare, the trend is back. And it is fully endorsed by the Uganda Boyfriends Association
Meet Nabongo, the Ugandan Girl Who Has Been to Every Country In The World
By Staff Writer
She is not a slay queen, that is why you may not know her. But she will be the first person in the world to have visited every country in every continent.
Jessica Nabongo is an American born Ugandan travel influencer who has been to 170 countries out of the 193 recognized by United Nations. She is left with 25 countries to go and all these she hopes to visit by end of 2019.
In North Korea for example, she could not travel on an American passport and had to use her Ugandan passport to gain entry. She is daring but above all, she is proof that the world is your oyster.
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